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The compromise plan was announced Saturday, May 21, but could stall out as lawmakers scramble to finish their work before Monday.
Other issues delayed the bill's advance at the Capitol for months, but it appeared poised to move forward on Friday.
The Center of the American Experiment, a nonprofit think tank that works to mobilize citizens on a variety of issues pertaining to state and local governments, is beginning a tour in eastern North Dakota next week.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives has ordered Rare Breed Triggers, a Fargo-based company, to stop selling its forced-reset trigger and has launched a criminal investigation into the trigger. Rare Breed said its due process rights were violated.

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Lawmakers face a Sunday deadline to complete spending and tax bills and to pass them through both chambers. As of Friday morning, they had extensive work left to complete before then.
A political committee funded by North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum has paid for an advertising blitz in support of candidates trying to unseat incumbent Republican lawmakers, including House Appropriations Chairman Jeff Delzer.
A conference committee on Thursday approved a compromise liquor bill and moved it forward.
State leaders said the situation was expected to improve within four to six weeks as additional varieties come to market.
Lawmakers on Wednesday tried to flesh out details for several spending bills at the Capitol ahead of a legislative deadline.
State spill investigation manager Bill Suess told Forum News Service the recent heavy rain and snowfall means the river is running fast and at a high volume, so the fertilizer will likely dilute in the water.

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The GOP-led chamber on Wednesday voted down a procedural motion to pull a bill out of committee and up for a vote on the floor.
David Cook had his first day on the job at NDSU after the departure of Dean Bresciani.
With just a week left in the legislative session, the leaders set out their broad parameters for how the money should be spent and said conference committees would determine specifics for how the funds would go out over the coming days.

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