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Contradictions are North Dakota nonsense

Law enforcement must wait for certain benefits but it's OK for people to carry a gun.

JSSP Letter to Editor
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In North Dakota, a law enforcement person must work five consecutive years for an in-state agency before they are eligible for injury protection or WorkForce Safety insurance.

To add to the problem, the North Dakota Legislature and governor put in place the state "conceal and carry law."
Gov. Doug Burgum signed the bill into law that allows a person to carry a concealed gun only needing a valid North Dakota driver's license.

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