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A draft bill before an interim committee of the North Dakota Legislature would increase infertility benefits for public employees to $50,000, with the hope the benefit later would be required for all private insurance.
While 100-degree temperatures are not uncommon in North Dakota, it is rare for June, meteorologist says.
Starting later this week or next week, parents will be able to get their young children the shot at more than 100 healthcare provider offices throughout the state, including local public health clinics, pediatric clinics and pharmacies.
Steven Hall, director of transitional planning services for the North Dakota Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, said William Hart's case will be scheduled to go before the state's parole board once they receive notice of the court's amended judgment that was ordered during Monday's hearing.

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The mail-in and early voting turnout this year is far below the 160,000-vote tally from June 2020, when all ballots were required to be returned by mail due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tomas Cervantes pleaded guilty to manslaughter, which carries a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison. He has 293 days credit for time served.
Police did not arrest David Wierenga until a week after he spoke with police about the comments he made about Trinity Hospital, police reports say. The comments were made on a Facebook group page months before police were made aware of them, court documents said.
The authorization from the U.S. Attorney General's Office was approved in the mid-2000s. Defense attorneys for the man who kidnapped and killed Dru Sjodin have asked the Department of Justice to withdraw it.
Beryl Levine had dropped out of college shortly before marrying and was raising five children while she attended law school, graduating at the top of her class.
Wade Bison faces numerous charges in the death of 77-year-old Erwin Geigle of Mandan.

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Both Sanford Health and Essentia Health in Fargo report more inquiries from new mothers about breastfeeding.
“I am beyond thrilled to be a part of the new Summer Theatre at Minot State University,” Josh Duhamel said in a statement. “This will further promote the arts in Minot and encourage the development of all the tremendous talent in our home state of North Dakota.”
Michael Standaert, who most recently was employed as a correspondent based in China with the Bloomberg Industry Group, was hired by North Dakota News Cooperative to work on in-depth stories for newspapers in the state.

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