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CHALLENGE GRANT FUNDING

November 3, 2021

The requirements of SB 2030 should be read to carry out the purpose of the Legislative Assembly to prevent state funds from flowing to organizations that perform or promote the performance of abortions, and NDUS officials should exercise “ordinary care and diligence” in ensuring compliance with those requirements when applying for Challenge Grant Funds.


US SUPREME AGREES TO HEAR NORTH DAKOTA ARGUMENT TO REINSTATE THE AFFORDABLE CLEAN ENERGY RULE AND PROTECT NORTH DAKOTA’S ECONOMY

October 29, 2021

Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem announced today that the US Supreme Court has granted the State’s request to hear its challenge seeking to reinstate the Affordable Energy (ACE) Rule and reasonable regulation of the State's power generation sector. 


STENEHJEM JOINS LAWSUIT TO HALT VACCINE MANDATE FOR FEDERAL CONTRACTORS

October 29, 2021

Today, Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem joined a lawsuit against the Biden administration for imposing a vaccine mandate on federal contractors and federally contracted employees


UNLICENSED CONTRACTOR IGNORED PREVIOUS ORDER BANNING HIM FROM DOING BUSINESS IN ND

October 22, 2021

Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem issued a Cease and Desist Order banning John Moser III, d/b/a J3 Construction, LLC, of Minot, ND, from conducting any further business in the state. 


UNLICENSED CONTRACTOR BANNED FROM DOING BUSINESS IN NORTH DAKOTA

October 21, 2021

Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem issued a Cease and Desist Order banning George Williamson Stewart from conducting any further business in the state


SCHOOL BOARD SPECIAL MEETING

September 23, 2021

Although it usually posts meeting notices on its website, the Mandan Public School Board provided proper notice of a special meeting because it filed the meeting notice with the county auditor.


DISTRICT COURT BANS FM MECHANICAL FROM DOING BUSINESS IN NORTH DAKOTA

September 13, 2021

Following legal action by the Attorney General’s consumer protection division, on September 3, 2021, the Cass County District Court banned contractor Steve Mitchell, doing business as FM Mechanical, from doing business in North Dakota


PUBLIC ENTITY MUST COMMUNICATE REASON FOR DELAY

September 3, 2021

A public entity has an obligation to provide requested records within a reasonable time and to communicate to the requester the reason for any delay in responding.


MEETING NOTICE REQUIREMENTS

August 26, 2021

The City of Velva properly posted and filed the notice of a special meeting.


STENEHJEM ASKS COURT TO ORDER THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO RESUME QUARTERLY OIL & GAS LEASING IN NORTH DAKOTA

August 24, 2021

Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem has filed a motion asking Judge Daniel Traynor in federal District Court in Bismarck to order the Bureau of Land Management to resume conducting quarterly oil and gas lease sales in North Dakota.