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Burgum appoints new ND Department of Transportation Director
*News Release from Office of Governor Burgum Burgum appoints former MnDOT commissioner Sorel to
lead North Dakota Department of Transportation BISMARCK, N.D. (July 7, 2017) – Gov. Doug Burgum
announced Friday he has appointed Thomas Sorel, a former Minnesot...

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Legislature to Challenge Gov. Burgum's Vetoes in Court
North Dakota legislators made history Wednesday after members of the Legislative Management committee voted to pursue litigation against Governor Doug Burgum. Prior to the vote, lawmakers discussed at length how they believed the Governor overstepped his au...

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Governor Vetoes Township Road Funding
After the 65 th Legislative Session adjourned,
Governor Burgum vetoed SB2119 and 22 sections of eight other bills.  One
of the section (or line item) vetoes was the $16.1 million appropriation for
township roads in non-oil counties.  This revenue was genera...

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NDACo Legislative Report
For the past four months North
Dakota’s county officials and the NDACo Legislative Team have been entrenched
in the 65 th Legislative Assembly. As we reflect, we feel very positive
about the end result. We knew going in that this would be a difficult sessio...

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Gov. Burgum Highlights 2017 Legislative Session
Burgum: Session funds priorities, leaves state well-positioned for the future Thursday, April 27, 2017 - 8:30pm BISMARCK,
N.D. – North Dakota is well-positioned for the future with a leaner,
more efficient state government and smaller budget that provides...

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Governor Burgum Signs County Priority Bills
Governor Burgum Signs SB 2206 (The following is a media release issued by the Governor's Office)  Governor Doug Burgum today signed landmark legislation creating
permanent, sustainable property tax relief by transitioning county social
services costs to the...

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The Last? Weekly Report
As reported on the statewide news, the Legislature will not adjourn this week as hoped.  The target is now next Tuesday, or the 75th legislative day.  This would leave 5 days in the "bank" for the future.  Some however are less optimistic. Right now the mos...

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Legislative Days are Numbered
Friday is day 68 for Legislators in the 65th Legislative Assembly. The goal of a 70 day session is unrealistic, and it is anyone's guess as to when lawmakers will finish their work.This week has been primarily dedicated to conference committee work. The med...

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Legislative Days are Numbered
Friday is day 68 for Legislators in the 65th Legislative Assembly. The goal of a 70 day session is unrealistic, and it is anyone's guess as to when lawmakers will finish their work.This week has been primarily dedicated to conference committee work. The con...

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Social Service Funding Bill Returned to Committee
Representatives sent SB 2206 back to the House Finance and Tax committee Monday morning after recognizing the amendment to simply study the social service funding concept for two years was facing strong opposition in that chamber. House Majority Leader Al C...
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