February 25, 2020
Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem has issued a cease and desist order banning McKenna’s Roofing and its owner Joshua McKenna from conducting business in North Dakota.
February 6, 2020
The Board of Accountancy violated the open records law when it withheld an entire email string as attorney work product when only the email from the Board’s litigation attorney to its general counsel was exempt. The Board was required to redact exempt or confidential information and turn over the remaining portions of the email string that were not protected.
February 5, 2020
Jamestown High School Team #1 won the State LifeSmarts championship and will be representing North Dakota in the national competition in Washington DC in April.
February 4, 2020
The state finals of the LifeSmarts competition will be held in Bismarck tomorrow, announced Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem. The competition will be begin at 9:00 am in the Pioneer Room at the state Capitol.
January 17, 2020
Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem today issued a Cease and Desist Order against a group of individuals who have been using the guise of a contractor’s license to perpetrate scams against unsuspecting homeowners across the state.
January 2, 2020
Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem issued a statement today in response to a release by the Fargo and Bismarck Dioceses of lists of substantiated allegations against members of the clergy.
November 29, 2019
The Attorney General will be introducing the newest Bureau of Criminal Investigation officer on Monday, December 2, 2019.
October 25, 2019
Tomorrow, Saturday October 26, 2019, is national prescription drug “Take Back Day.” Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem reminds North Dakota residents who want to safely dispose of unused prescription and over the counter medications that they can turn to the state’s free, year-round Take Back program or companion MedSafe program.
October 24, 2019
Nicholas J. DeRosier, of East Grand Forks, MN, and his businesses, Team Lawn, Inc. and Vaughn Construction, Inc., have been banned from doing business in North Dakota.
October 24, 2019
The Frontier Village Association violated multiple requirements of the open meetings law because it did not include the location or time of a special meeting on the agenda, or the legal authority for closing a portion of the meeting, and it also did not post the agenda or provide it to anyone who had asked to receive meeting notices.