STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND Latest bills signed by the governor
BISMARCK--Here are some more bills signed into law by Gov. Jack Dalrymple late last week.
1041: relating to a nurse aide registry, individuals exempt from regulation by the state board of nursing, an... Posted on 5/2/11 at 1:00 PM
State Sen. Ray Holmberg said Monday the interim legislative session isn’t an exact science, comparing it to oil drilling.
“Some studies really hit oil, others you find out after two meetings there isn’t much there,” the Republican from Grand Forks said.
Elementary students will get their milk and North Dakotans can still own part of a cow and keep their share of the milk.
A week after the state Legislature scrambled to finish up with most of the attention on property taxes, a few things may have been missed during the 80-day session.
With the swipe of a pen, Gov. Jack Dalrymple on Tuesday put some of the prosperity of North Dakota back into the pockets of its taxpayers.
The governor signed Senate Bill 2156, which grants $250 million in property tax relief to North Dakotans, at a legislative wrap-up event here sponsored by the Fargo Moorhead West Fargo Chamber of Commerce.
Dalrymple applauded the efforts of state legislators, who were in session for 80 days, the most allowed by the state constitution and the longest session in state history.
By Erik Burgess, Forum News Service
, May 08, 2013
Gov. Jack Dalrymple has signed legislation that provides $515 million for flood control and water projects across North Dakota.
Dalrymple signed the bill Thursday. He said the legislation provides record funding to the state Water Commission’s budget.
A funding plan for North Dakota’s K-12 schools and the prospects for more property tax relief hung in limbo Friday evening after House lawmakers defeated the bill early on the last day of the legislative session.
BISMARCK – After starting the day with the House defeating a bill that would have increased funding for K-12 schools and provided about $714 million in property tax relief, the final day of the North Dakota Legislature is dragging on.
BISMARCK -- Reversing a vote from Thursday, House lawmakers today defeated Gov. Jack Dalrymple’s proposal to increase state aid to K-12 school districts while providing about $714 million in property tax relief.
The next two-year budget for North Dakota’s Department of Human Services has broken the billion-dollar mark.
Gov. Jack Dalrymple signed the Human Services budget Wednesday that calls for state general fund spending just under $1.2 billion — a record state agency budget.
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