North Dakota banks regularly are examined to make sure they are following more than 1,700 pages of consumer laws and regulations.
If the Senate passes its version of financial reform, Herald readers’ banks will have new or expanded regulation in 27 separate areas. Nonbanks still will escape this heavy federal oversight.
North Dakota’s political spotlight turned to the U.S. House race Wednesday as Democratic incumbent Earl Pomeroy announced his intention to seek re-election, and Republican Kevin Cramer said he is seriously considering a run.
Patrick Springer and Kristen M. Daum
, January 06, 2010
Clare Carlson, onetime Grand Forks legislator, former agriculture adviser to governors Ed Schafer and John Hoeven and for the past eight years the North Dakota director of U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development, was unemployed as of noon Tuesday, just like all Bush administration appointees. He was in the Capitol in Bismarck the next day in a suit and tie. When he was jokingly asked if he’s perhaps in line to be Hoeven’s appointee to run Workforce Safety and Insurance, he laughed but added that he actually is interested in the job.
, January 26, 2009
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