Lawmakers look to cut outdated language from North Dakota Constitution

North Dakota’s Constitution has been around since statehood (1889), and though it has had some changes along the way, there remains some holdover language from a different time and sensibility. Several lawmakers have sponsored a bill to update terms and titles of mandated state institutions with language more fitting for the 21st Century. Get the full story from the Dickinson Press.

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Jeremy Turley, Dickinson Press


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