March 24, 2017
Governor Burgum signed the bill authorizing Constitutional Concealed Carry for North Dakota residents within the state’s borders. The new law takes effect on August 1, 2017. Until then, you must have a valid concealed weapon license to carry concealed in ND.
March 7, 2017
The Consumer Protection division sued Wayne Joseph Delorme, Jr., doing business as 3D Home Improvements, for violations of the consumer fraud and contractor licensing laws. Delorme has never had a contractor’s license.
March 3, 2017
The DC Circuit Court of Appeals issued a victory for North Dakota today on the Northwest Area Water Supply (NAWS) Project, approving the state’s request to be allowed to begin paper design work of a water treatment plant.
February 28, 2017
Earlier this afternoon, President Trump signed an executive order directing the US Environmental Protection Agency and the US Army Corps Engineers to review their rule defining “Waters of the United States” (WOTUS Rule) under the Clean Water Act.
February 23, 2017
A man fraudulently advertising that he provides moving services has been banned from doing business in North Dakota. Steven Robert Engebos advertises his supposed moving services on Craigslist under various names including Great Plains Moving and Logistics, Integrity Movers, and IDIS.
February 22, 2017
The Consumer Protection division sued Glen Robert Collins of West Fargo, ND, doing business as Tri City Building Services and Collins Handyman & Restoration, for violations of the consumer fraud and contractor licensing laws.
February 21, 2017
Deanna Perry of Nisland, SD, doing business as Protective Coatings, has been banned from doing business in this state after violating the state’s transient merchant and consumer fraud laws, announced Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem.
February 17, 2017
Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem today urged immediate compliance with Governor Burgum’s emergency evacuation order of protestors residing on federal land managed by the US Army Corps of Engineers in Morton County, for purposes of environmental cleanup to protect public health and prevent harm to the Missouri River.
February 16, 2017
In just the past month, several elderly North Dakotans have fallen victim to the “grandparent” scam, each losing thousands of dollars to scam artists who pretended to be a grandchild supposedly in a dire situation and in desperate need of money. Stenehjem urged all North Dakota residents to talk to elderly parents and relatives about these scams.