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Jones named to N.D. Health Council

Mike Jones, formerly with UND's Energy and Environmental Research Center in Grand Forks, has been appointed by North Dakota Gov. Jack Dalrymple to the State Health Council.

Mike Jones, formerly with UND's Energy and Environmental Research Center in Grand Forks, has been appointed by North Dakota Gov. Jack Dalrymple to the State Health Council.

Jones is vice president of research and development with the Lignite Energy Council in Bismarck. He left the EERC, where he was senior research advisor, in December 2009 after a 25-year career there.

The State Health Council, which monitors overall costs and quality of health-care in North Dakota, sets standards, rules and regulations needed to maintain public health.

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