STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND N.D. legislative update: Day 21
BISMARCKThe House defeated a bill Wednesday that would have required public votes for major school district, park district, city and county construction projects.
House Bill 1295 was related to publi... Posted on 2/2/11 at 6:54 PM
Honduran President Manuel Zelaya, ousted in the middle of the night just over a month ago, enjoys global support for his return, with the exception of the Obama White House. While Barack Obama first called the Honduran military’s removal of Zelaya a coup, his administration has backpedaled. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton called Zelaya’s attempt to cross the Nicaraguan border into Honduras “reckless.” Could well-placed lobbyists in Washington be forging U.S. foreign policy?
Amy Goodman, Hearst Newspapers
, August 07, 2009
Freshman state Sen. Mac Schneider found few surprises in his first day on the job — except for the assortment of gifts heaped on his desk on the Senate floor.
“It was interesting. I didn’t expect that,” the Grand Forks Democrat said Tuesday, the opening day of the 2009 Legislature. “I thought I was going to come in here with a blank desk, but it was piled high.”
By Dave Kolpack, The Associated Press
, January 07, 2009
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