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NORTH DAKOTA ATTORNEY GENERAL DREW WRIGLEY STATEMENT ON ELLINGSON MURDER

September 23, 2022

North Dakota Attorney General Drew Wrigley today issued the following statement about the violent death of 18-year-old Cayler Ellingson.

PRESS CONFERENCE: ATTORNEY GENERAL TO DISCUSS SUPREME COURT OPINION REGARDING PETITION FRAUD

September 7, 2022

Attorney General Drew H. Wrigley will hold a news conference to discuss the North Dakota Supreme Court’s opinion in Hendrix v. Jaeger.

The news conference will be held in the Memorial Hall of the Capitol Building at 3:00 PM on Wednesday, September 7, 2022.

PRESS CONFERENCE: ATTORNEY GENERAL TO RELEASE 2021 CRIME STATISTICS

September 7, 2022

Attorney General Drew H. Wrigley will hold a news conference to highlight the 2021 North Dakota crime statistics and trends.

ATTORNEY GENERAL DREW WRIGLEY REACHES SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT WITH JUUL LABS

September 6, 2022

Attorney General Drew H. Wrigley announced today a $438.5 million agreement in principle between JUUL Labs and 34 states and territories resolving a two-year bipartisan investigation into the e-cigarette manufacturer’s marketing and sales practices. 

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NEWSPAPER MUST BE NOTIFIED OF ADMINISTRATIVE NUISANCE HEARINGS

September 28, 2022

The City of Crosby violated the open meetings laws by failing to prepare a notice or agenda, failing to post notice at any of the required locations, and by failing to provide notice to the newspaper of a special meeting.  The City of Crosby also violated the open records law by improperly denying requested records based on attorney client privilege.

City of Mandan – Board of Equalization

September 1, 2022

The City of Mandan Board of Equalization did not violate open meeting laws because no notice was necessary for a meeting it did not hold.

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH – Dr. Nizar Wehbi

August 19, 2022

Upon request by the Department of Health concerning the meaning of the phrase “electronic machine-readable code” as utilized in N.D.C.C. § 23-01-05.3, this office has determined that the term is limited to a QR code related to vaccination records but does not prohibit QR code use in normal, everyday departmental activities.

 

SPECIAL MEETING NOTICE REQUIREMENTS

July 1, 2022

The Lake Region District Health Board violated the law because it failed to properly post and include necessary information in a special meeting notice, and failed to notify the newspaper of the special meeting.