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Jeremy Turley

Jeremy Turley is a Bismarck-based reporter for Forum News Service, which provides news coverage to publications owned by Forum Communications Company.

Since joining the news service in 2019, Turley has mostly covered state politics, the oil industry and the COVID-19 pandemic. He grew up in Highland Park, Ill., a northern suburb of Chicago, and graduated from the University of Missouri at Columbia with a degree in journalism. Turley speaks English and Spanish. In his free time, Turley enjoys playing disc golf and taking pictures of prairie dogs.

Readers can reach Turley by email at jturley@forumcomm.com, by phone at 847-770-7014 or on Twitter at @jeremyjturley.

Some anti-abortion activists believe lawmakers should bump up support for new and expectant mothers and their children in light of the abortion ban.
OMB Director Joe Morrissette will step down from his leading role on Aug. 31, but he will continue to serve as director in a part-time role through next year's legislative session, according to the North Dakota governor's office.
North Dakota Attorney General Drew Wrigley told lawmakers his predecessors accrued $1.8 million in unanticipated costs while making specifications to a leased building in Bismarck. Lawmakers voted to investigate the matter.
Attorney General Drew Wrigley on Tuesday, June 28, 2022, certified that the U.S. Supreme Court allowed North Dakota to prohibit abortion in its Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization decision issued last week.
Despite successfully turning in the necessary paperwork this spring to have the former boarding school students' remains exhumed, the Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate and Spirit Lake tribes will likely have to wait another year before they can bring the boys home.
Prior to the expulsion of former Rep. Luke Simons over harassment allegations last year, leaders on both sides of the aisle said there were loopholes in the Legislature's harassment policy that could be ironed out.
The North Dakota Legislature passed a "trigger" law in 2007 that would ban abortion in the state within 30 days if the Supreme Court ever overturned the landmark Roe v. Wade decision.
Sen. Kevin Cramer of North Dakota said there remains a high risk of infection and a chance the tip of his pinkie finger will need to be amputated.
Starting later this week or next week, parents will be able to get their young children the shot at more than 100 healthcare provider offices throughout the state, including local public health clinics, pediatric clinics and pharmacies.
Dave Owen, the chairman of New Approach North Dakota, said his group will continue collecting signatures for the next three weeks despite having already surpassed the minimum number required to make the November ballot.