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District 14 Legislative Reports

April 7, 2017 Here it is: day 62. As I mentioned last week, we are moving along. There are 32 House bills left in the Senate to be heard on the Senate floor. more »»

4-8 letters

April 7, 2017 After Prom Committee thanks community Many people who live in a small town know that the best part of living in one is the peopl. more »»

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March 31, 2017 Here it is: Day 57. Most committees have completed their work and have moved the bills to the Senate floor for final approval or disapproval. more »»

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March 24, 2017 Day 52 is upon us in the legislature, and many things are already coming together. more »»

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March 17, 2017 Day 47 is here, and the budget forecast was presented last Thursday. Although these numbers were somewhat dismal, many of us thought that they would be worse. more »»

LETTER: Keeping Court chambers in Rugby essential

March 10, 2017 With the recent news of the retirement of Judge John McClintock, a five member panel will convene to study the vacancy of the Judicial Chambers in Rugby and decide whether the position shoul... more »»

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March 10, 2017 Day 42 is upon us here at the Legislature. Tomorrow, we will hear what the new revenue projections look like. This final projection will provide the final roadmap to completing the budgeting process. more »»

3-4 Letters to the Tribune

March 3, 2017 Problems with H.B. 1151 I want to bring House Bill 1151 to the attention of all property owners of farmland (pasture, cropland and hay land. more »»

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March 3, 2017 Today, Day 37 here in the Senate, begins the work of hearing all the bills the House has passed. It looks as if we will be looking into 278 bills from the House. more »»

LETTER: What the Treasurers' office actually does

February 17, 2017 As Treasurer for North Dakota, I am once again blessed to inform and educate the voters and readers of the duties of the treasurer’s office. more »»

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February 17, 2017 Well, it is day 30 at the legislature. more »»

LETTER: Close the state treasurer's office once and for all

February 10, 2017 Close the state treasurer's office once and for all As a candidate for the office of State Treasurer during the last election, I highlighted the inefficiency and redundancy of the treasurer's office. more »»

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February 10, 2017 Today is day 25 here at the legislature. Things are moving along, and we are doing what we can to shorten the session from the 80-day maximum. No one is sure how many days we might need. more »»

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January 27, 2017 As of this writing, it is our 14th Legislative Day. All bill introduction deadlines have now passed. more »»

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January 20, 2017 The deadline for bill introduction has passed in the ND House of Representatives and the total number of bills introduced this session is 434, which is down 63 bills compared to last session. more »»

LETTER: What ACA repeals could do in state

January 13, 2017 With a new administration, a new Congress in Washington, DC, a new Governor, and the North Dakota Legislature beginning its deliberations, several issues loom that could have a significant impact o... more »»

LETTER: Stop and see care center residents

January 6, 2017 I am living at the Rugby HAMC Care Center (Nursing Home) along with many other residents. The care here is excellent and we have many skilled and compassionate staff attending to us. more »»

12-3 Letters to the Tribune

December 2, 2016 An honor to be an elector I am honored that my fellow North Dakotans selected me to serve as an Elector for President. more »»

11-23 Letters to the Tribune

November 22, 2016 I wanted to write a great big thank you note to a couple of individuals that served on the Heart of America Medical Center Board of Director for the past 12 years. more »»

11-12 Letters to the Tribune

November 10, 2016 Statement of Kirsten Baesler, North Dakota Superintendent of Public Instruction: I am humbled and grateful that the people of North Dakota have chosen me to serve a second term as their state schoo... more »»



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