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Investigators found that Google was recording the movements of customers even when users explicitly asked not to be tracked. The "deceptive" practice amounted to a consumer protection issue, Attorney General Drew Wrigley said.
Solicitor General Matthew Sagsveen told the North Dakota Supreme Court that Burleigh County District Judge Bruce Romanick "misconstrued the law" in blocking the abortion ban.
A Watford City native, Nathan Svihovec will start his new job on Thursday, replacing interim commissioner Kathy Kulesa. Kulesa will remain as the department's human rights director.
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Grand Forks leaders expressed confusion and frustration over the Republican senators’ decision to oppose the project before the conclusion of a review by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States.
Recently elected Attorney General Drew Wrigley told Forum News Service a report compiled by private firm Planet Technologies concluded that former Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem's deleted account cannot be recovered.
Republican lawmakers recently tapped Minot Sen. David Hogue to lead the Senate and Dickinson Rep. Mike Lefor to lead the House of Representatives. Forum News Service asked the new majority leaders about their guiding principles and plans for the new role.

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This year's ornament motif is "Inspire Hope," in connection to first lady Kathryn Burgum's platform to instill hope in people to know that recovery from addiction is possible.
Cornerback Sigle says "tank is on empty," has played last down for NDSU as team enters FCS playoffs.
The InForum sports team breaks down the North Dakota State Bison vs. North Dakota Fighting Hawks

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