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March 14, 2018
Two unlicensed contractors - Collin Strehlow, dba NailedIt Home Improvements, and Anthony "Tony" Ronald Cline - have been banned from doing business in North Dakota after a district court found they had violated consumer fraud and licensing laws.
March 13, 2018
Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem today announced a settlement agreement that will release over $34 million belonging to North Dakota that has been held in an escrow account during a decade-long dispute between the state and the major tobacco companies.
March 6, 2018
"I congratulate Dallas Carlson on his nomination by President Trump today as the US Marshal for North Dakota. Dallas has served North Dakota law enforcement well over his distinguished career, and ...
February 14, 2018
Jamestown High School Team #1 won the state LifeSmarts championship and will be representing North Dakota in the national competition. Tioga High School took second place.
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March 7, 2018
The definition of “attorney consultation” was expanded in the 2017 Legislative Session. The City of Lincoln did not violate the law when it held an executive session to receive advice from the city attorney on the risks, strengths and weaknesses of possible actions moving forward regarding labor and employment complaints made by a city employee.
February 16, 2018
The city of Wildrose did not properly provide notice of a special meeting, in violation of the law. However, as the city held a subsequent properly noticed special meeting to discuss and confirm the actions at the improper meeting, and published minutes of the improperly noticed meeting, the city’s remedial steps were sufficient to remedy the violation.
February 9, 2018
The City of Bismarck did not violate the law when it declined to provide certain police records relating to 2016 protests in Morton county, because at the time of the request there were related criminal cases still open or subject to appeal in Morton County.
February 9, 2018
A public entity is authorized by law to charge $25 per hour, after the first hour, for locating records and may require payment of any estimated charges before locating, redacting, making, or mailing the requested records.