'Religious freedom' measure approved for N.D. ballot
BISMARCK (AP) -- A North Dakota constitutional amendment about religious freedom will be on the state ballot next year.
Secretary of State Al Jaeger said Wednesday that the initiative's supporters got enough signatures to put the issue to a vote. It will be Measure 3 on the June primary election ballot.
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