Hunting measure approved for ballot
BISMARCK (AP) -- North Dakota voters in November will decide whether to ban big-game hunting in fenced preserves.
Secretary of State Al Jaeger on Thursday said supporters of the measure submitted more than the necessary 12,844 petition signatures to qualify the measure for the Nov. 2 ballot.
Jaeger said it will be listed on the ballot as Measure No. 2.
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