STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER North Dakota sues over Minnesota air standard
North Dakota is suing Minnesota over restrictions that could affect North Dakotas electric power sales.
Minnesotas Next Generation Energy Act has direct and serious consequences for North Dakota, Nor... Posted on 11/2/11 at 6:33 PM
STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND Today's Ask Your Government
I briefly ran out of your questions, so I asked a question of my own this week. Ill return to your questions soon, now that I have several again.
With the recent interest in presidents... Posted on 9/4/11 at 5:25 AM
THE DULLUM FILE Emerado Turns 125
So, my life-long desire to host a parade has been realized. Thanks to Pam Brekke for inviting me to emcee Emerado's 125th Anniversary Celebration parade this morning.
There were ponies, po... Posted on 7/10/10 at 7:34 AM
BOY SCOUT BLOG Scouting's lasting Legacy
This is an article that ran in the Bismarck Tribune on Monday, February 8th, 2010, the 100th Anniversary of the Boy Scouts of America. It was written by Dale Sandstrom, an Eagle Scout, and Justice of ... Posted on 2/9/10 at 6:39 AM
North Dakota’s attorney general has until May 29 to respond to a complaint filed against the state Wednesday alleging a recently passed anti-abortion law violates the state constitution. AG Wayne Stenehjem said Thursday that he has instructed three of his attorneys to research the complaint
We could abandon our system for one that is less effective in protecting the public, in the name of achieving compliance with the federal provisions, but I do not believe the trade-off is worth the price.
North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem is suing a Minot flood contractor for consumer fraud. Stenehjem says he has sued Michael Frederick for failing to complete promised work for people trying to recover from flooding in Minot.
Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem has ordered a Minnesota woman to stop doing business in North Dakota. Stenehjem on Thursday issued a cease and desist order against Stacy Dahl and Helping Hands, Inc. of Winger, Minn., for violating the state's consumer fraud, charitable solicitation and games of chance laws.
The law is constitutional and the North Dakota Legislature will defend it if the State Board of Higher Education challenges it in the state Supreme Court, House Majority Leader Al Carlson of Fargo said Tuesday.
The published agenda for today’s meeting of the State Board of Higher Education suggests that the board’s planned discussion with Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem concerning UND’s Fighting Sioux nickname could be a closed session, but Board president Grant Shaft says that’s not likely.
A task force made of up several state agencies checking construction sites in Dickinson found 12 people working illegally on two sites and three unlicensed contractors. Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem says in a news release that the task force visited Dickinson on Wednesday and inspected 36 contractors on 11 sites.
“Minnesota’s Next Generation Energy Act has direct and serious consequences for North Dakota,” North Dakota Attorney General Stenehjem said Wednesday when he announced the federal lawsuit. Stenehjem long has threatened the suit, but held off to see if the Minnesota Legislature would overturn some of the state’s carbon dioxide emission restrictions adopted in 2007. Lawmakers passed a bill earlier, but Gov. Mark Dayton vetoed it.
Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem says the Valley City Commission did not violate the state's open meetings law when members voted to hire an outside attorney during a disciplinary hearing for the city's police chief.
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