North Dakota Conservative Headlines
North Dakota Renaissance Zone reentry bill goes to Burgum
Cities with expired Renaissance Zone community revitalization areas would be able to reapply to the program under a bill going to Gov. Doug Burgum.
MAR 8, 2023
North Dakota lawmakers are considering crafting new term limits for themselves and setting the same for all executive branch officials in a proposal that would override restrictions voters approved last fall.
FEB 27, 2023
The state Board of Higher Education has decided to oppose a bill that would allow Bismarck State College and Dickinson State University to change policy and make it easier to get rid of tenured faculty.
FEB 17, 2023
he North Dakota House of Representatives on Friday passed several bills that would inhibit transgender people’s access to health care and ability to change birth records.
FEB 14, 2023
The North Dakota Senate passed a bill that would ban the instruction of “specified concepts" at institutions of higher education across the state.
FEB 08, 2023
North Dakota lawmakers are again weighing bills that target vaccines, including one that would ban COVID-19 shots.
FEB 01, 2023
Burgum, and some other state leaders at the North Dakota Capitol, say it's best to move away from the Fufeng project after the Air Force declared it a national security threat.
JAN 27, 2023
MN House Dems pass “clean energy” bill over objections, ND governor threatens to sue over legislation
ST. PAUL, Minn. – The Democratic-controlled Minnesota House passed a “clean energy” bill Thursday night to set a goal of 100% carbon-neutral energy from Minnesota utilities by 2040.