• North Dakota Legislative Review 1913
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    North Dakota Legislative Review 1913

    – [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 with North Dakota Legislative Review, I’m Dave Thompson. The governor’s first veto of the 2019 legislative session has been upheld. Now, the bill would have expanded license fees for driver’s license from $15 to $30, double it. The Senate decided to override the veto. House, however, upheld the veto. One of the other things that happened is that we saw more action on expanding the Board of Higher Education. It would go from eight members to 15 members. It passed the Senate, and then it…

  • North Dakota Legislative Review 1917
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    North Dakota Legislative Review 1917

    – [Narrator] Welcome to a weekly review of North Dakota’s legislative news. Now here’s your host Dave Thompson with North Dakota Legislative Review. (upbeat theme music) – And this is North Dakota Legislative Review, I’m Dave Thompson, thanks for joining us. For the first time this session, Governor Doug Burgum testified in support of legislation. He also vetoed two bills and signed about 500 others. Political correspondent Chad Mira looks back at what was a busy session for the Governor. – We’re honored to announce that the Governor’s office today will begin to display… The flags of the five tribal nations with whom we share geography, (applause) alongside our state…

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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…

  • North Dakota Legislative Review 1904
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    North Dakota Legislative Review 1904

    – [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 this is North Dakota Legislative Review, I’m Dave Thompson. The Senate Appropriations Committee passed a two and three pay plan for state employees. What happens with the two and three plan is that it’ll be 2% the first year, 3% the second year, and state employees will get fully funded insurance. Now the committee decided to make it more than just a two and three pay plan for state employees, K-12 increases and higher education and also for human services employees will all be going…