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Bismarck, ND, United States

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This teenage dairy farmer will be North Dakota's youngest lawmaker

A conservative youth movement is underway in the North Dakota House of Representatives. Next session, five Republican legislators under 25 will serve in the lower chamber. → Read More

North Dakota pot legalization measure falling short with most votes counted

Anti-legalization group Smart Approaches to Marijuana declared the measure had failed Tuesday night despite the incomplete vote count. → Read More

North Dakota on course to pass term limits on governor, legislators

If Measure 1 passes, North Dakota would be the first state to pass legislative term limits since 2000. → Read More

Candidates in North Dakota’s Senate race trade barbs at testy debate

Shouting matches, name-calling and cross-talk often overshadowed the questions asked of the three candidates during the hourlong debate. → Read More

Will the Fufeng project result in political changes in Grand Forks?

“I don’t really think about things in political terms,” Mayor Brandon Bochenski said. Meanwhile, some in town seek to recall the mayor and the council president. → Read More

North Dakota Dem-NPL torchbearers urged party's endorsed House candidate to quit race

After receiving pressure from within his own party to exit the U.S. House race, endorsed Democratic-NPL candidate Mark Haugen announced he would suspend his campaign “with a heavy heart.” His exit makes way for GOP incumbent Kelly Armstrong and independent candidate Cara Mund to square off. → Read More

North Dakota to outlaw abortion starting July 28

Attorney General Drew Wrigley set off the 30-day countdown on Tuesday by certifying that the U.S. Supreme Court allowed states to prohibit abortion in its Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization decision issued last week. → Read More

North Dakota lawmakers float changes to harassment policy as rep's expulsion still looms

Prior to the expulsion of former Rep. Luke Simons over harassment allegations last year, leaders on both sides of the aisle said there were loopholes in the Legislature's harassment policy that could be ironed out. → Read More

Abortion to become illegal in North Dakota following Supreme Court decision

The North Dakota Legislature passed a "trigger" law in 2007 that would ban abortion in the state within 30 days if the Supreme Court ever overturned the landmark Roe v. Wade decision. → Read More

Sen. Kevin Cramer badly injures hand in yardwork accident

Sen. Kevin Cramer of North Dakota said there remains a high risk of infection and a chance the tip of his pinkie finger will need to be amputated. → Read More

North Dakota pot legalization group 'very confident' measure will make November ballot

Dave Owen, the chairman of New Approach North Dakota, said his group will continue collecting signatures for the next three weeks despite having already surpassed the minimum number required to make the November ballot. → Read More

How North Dakota’s campaign finance laws allow groups to conceal donors, spending

As money in politics comes under closer scrutiny, deep-pocketed North Dakota donors have maneuvered the complicated web of campaign finance laws in a way that allows them to choose which information to disclose and which to conceal from the public. → Read More

North Dakota attorney general appoints new second-in-command

North Dakota Legislative Council attorney Claire Ness will change Capitol offices to become Attorney General Drew Wrigley's deputy attorney general. The Minot native served as an assistant attorney general before joining Legislative Council in 2016. → Read More

Fargo area legislative candidates set for June primary

Although Republicans hold a supermajority in both the North Dakota House of Representatives and Senate, the Fargo area serves as one of the few battlegrounds where Democrats have proven competitive. → Read More

Hoeven beats Becker for North Dakota GOP endorsement in Senate race

Sen. John Hoeven, who has held the office for more than a decade, won 1,224 delegate votes to challenger Rick Becker’s 1,137 at the Bismarck Event Center on Saturday, April 2. → Read More

Term-limit measure fails to make North Dakota ballot after thousands of signed petitions voided

Jaeger wrote in a letter to measure chairman Jared Hendrix that his office rejected more than 29,000 of the roughly 46,000 petitions turned in by the group following a review by his office and the state Bureau of Criminal Investigation. The group needed 31,164 valid signatures to get the measure on the ballot. → Read More

North Dakota political parties in drastically different spots as state conventions approach

The North Dakota Republican Party has a full slate of candidates running for statewide office in the 2022 election, while the state's Democratic-NPL Party has no declared candidates in a handful of major races. → Read More

Legislative candidates emerge in Fargo, Grand Forks races

More than a third of North Dakota's legislative districts fall along the eastern edge of the state, and due to population growth, Fargo added a district when lawmakers redrew the map last year. → Read More

Campaign for US Senate could shake up Rick Becker's nightly talk show

If the Bismarck lawmaker keeps up his appearances on his show "No Apologies with Becker," broadcaster BEK TV would have to offer equal airtime to his opponent, incumbent Sen. John Hoeven. → Read More

North Dakota tribes sue state over new legislative districts

The Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa and Spirit Lake Tribe allege that new legislative districts approved last year illegally diminish the voting power of tribal residents. Lawmakers who crafted the political map say they complied with federal laws. → Read More