STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND PHOTOS: N.D. Capitol Sept. 11 event
BISMARCKA mother who lost her daughter in the Twin Towers. A father still grieving a son killed in war. A police officer who reported for duty on his day off to help at ground zero.
North Dakotans ... Posted on 9/11/11 at 3:34 PM
North Dakota’s cattle producers need strong advocates in Congress for open and competitive livestock markets that reward their investment and labor.
Right now competition and transparency are lacking. A handful of huge packing companies largely control the price through insider trading on the futures market and forward contracts with no base price prior to delivery.
Well, he did have to evacuate his house, for one thing.
In the region of his state’s capital city, so did the residents of more than 900 other homes, as what looked like a wall of floodwater rushed toward town.
Then, in his state’s fourth-largest city, some 11,000 people had to evacuate, and the flood that hit that community is one for the ages.
So, North Dakota Sen. John Hoeven has had a busy couple of weeks.
What the United States economy needs to get back on track is a pro-jobs, pro-growth climate like the one in North Dakota.
That’s the message U.S. Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., presented Friday to the Great Plains Young Professionals Summit held in Fargo and sponsored by The Chamber.
By Dave Olson, Forum Communications Co.
, June 18, 2011
North Dakota U.S. Sen. John Hoeven said Tuesday he supports legislation to block President Barack Obama’s push to close the American military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, saying it is needed to detain prisoners of war and suspected terrorists.
By Dale Wetzel, The Associated Press
, June 15, 2011
Our nation faces serious financial challenges. Our government continues to spend $1.5 trillion more than it is taking in. With revenues of about $2.2 trillion and spending about $3.7 trillion, the U.S. government is adding $4 billion dollars to our deficit every day.
BISMARCK (AP) — U.S. Sen. John Hoeven has been assigned to the Senate’s Appropriations, Energy, Agriculture and Indian Affairs committees.
Hoeven said Thursday he’s also been put on an advisory panel that serves as a policy sounding board for the Republican Senate leadership.
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