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Sen. Oley Larsen (R-Minot) speaks Wednesday, March 4, 2015, to members of the House Finance &Taxation Committee on SB 2165, a bill that would set up a study on whether to provide money to newborn North Dakota residents that would be available when they reach college. TOM STROMME / Bismarck Tribune (Must credit Bismarck Tribune)
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