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DOUG BURGUM

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The program is aimed at improving educational and employment opportunities for Native Americans across North Dakota.
Kathy Kulesa, the longtime human rights director for the North Dakota Department of Labor and Human Rights, takes over for Erica Thunder, who resigned to accept a new position in the state's prison system.
Some North Dakotans are traveling 80 miles round trip to bring their kids to child care centers, according to Josh Kramer, head of the North Dakota Association of Rural Electric Cooperatives.
Gov. Doug Burgum says one of the biggest challenges in getting this policy passed may be the age of many of the state's elected leaders. "The state's average age is 35," he said on this episode of Plain Talk. "That is not the average age of the Legislature."
The 191st Military Police Company's destination in southwest Asia is the U.S. Central Command area of operations and includes countries in the Middle East.
Let's not let good income tax reform be defeated by more bad property tax policy.

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Doug Burgum's latest legislative proposal aims to help increase the availability and affordability of child care in North Dakota.
Josh Teigen will take office Tuesday as North Dakota's next commerce commissioner.
Heitkamp accuses Burgum of having "abused his power as governor of North Dakota by funding the Dakota Leadership PAC," a committee formed by Burgum to support his preferred legislative candidates. Burgum's "intention was not to help every single legislator, his intention was to only help those that would further his personal agenda," Heitkamp argued in the petition.

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