Report seeks greater support for ND women
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) -- An analyst says North Dakota should try harder to recruit women to run for state offices and the Legislature, and to serve on state boards and commissions.
Linda Wurtz says North Dakota would get economic and public policy benefits from having women in a more prominent role.
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