• North Dakota Legislative Review 1909
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    North Dakota Legislative Review 1909

    – [Announcer] Welcome to a weekly review of North Dakota’s legislative news. Now here’s your host Dave Thompson, with North Dakota Legislative Review. – And welcome to North Dakota Legislative Review, I’m Dave Thompson, thanks for joining us. This week the senate approved and expanded vote of higher education. This is part of the idea that you need to do some reform in the way the board works in higher education. This proposal expands the board from eight members to 15 members. Now if the House approves, this will be on the ballot in 2020. Also there’s a lot of talk about the upcoming revenue forecast, Monday and Tuesday, legislators…

  • North Dakota Legislative Review 1908
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    North Dakota Legislative Review 1908

    – [Narrator] Welcome to a weekly review of North Dakota’s legislative news. Now, here’s your host, Dave Thompson, with North Dakota Legislative Review. – And welcome to North Dakota Legislative Review. I’m Dave Thompson, thanks for joining us. There’s an issue going around and there are several bills dealing with this and that determined about initiated status and measures. There are several proposals to try to tighten things up and under some of the proposals, constitutional measures could have a much tougher road to the ballot. For example, there are at least two proposals where it would require 60% voter approval for a constitutional measure to be approved. One of…

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    North Dakota Legislative Review 1910

    – [Narrator] Welcome to a weekly review of North Dakota’s legislative news. Now here’s your host, Dave Thompson, with North Dakota Legislative Review. – And this is North Dakota Legislative Review. I’m Dave Thompson. Thanks for joining us. One of the more anticipated bills of the session called the Prairie Dog Bill passed in the state senate unanimously. What it does is provide a new bucket for oil tax money that cities, counties, townships can dive into to pay for infrastructure projects like streets, things like that. It goes to the governor. The governor will make the final decision whether or not he signs it or vetoes it. Also this…