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Sen. David Hogue and Rep. Mike Lefor, the newly elected majority leaders of North Dakota's Senate and House chambers, respectively, joined this episode of Plain Talk to discuss the upcoming legislative session.
On this episode of Plain Talk, Armstrong argued that, despite Republicans not living up to "red wave" expectations, they've gained ground in the legislative chamber he serves in for three straight election cycles.
On this episode of the Plain Talk podcast, co-host Chad Oban and Rob Port discuss elections results, from the national level to the local.
"I think we have a trust issue with the state auditor's office," state Rep. Jason Dockter, a Republican, said on this episode of Plain Talk.
Would legalization of marijuana make North Dakota like California? Not so says Diane Goldstein, a 21-year veteran cop, now retired, who worked the streets in California during legalization.
Incumbent Sen. John Hoeven and his challengers, Democratic-NPL candidate Katrina Christiansen and independent candidate Rick Becker, met together for the first time to debate on this episode of Plain Talk.

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Republican PSC candidate Sheri-Haugen Hoffart and Democratic-NPL challenger Trygve Hammer joined this episode of Plain Talk to debate!
On this episode of Plain Talk, we talk about the debate over legalizing pot in North Dakota, bad behavior from politicians, the Herschel Walker debacle, and term limits.
NDFU President Mark Watne joins this episode of Plain Talk to talk about why his group, which represents thousands of farmers across the state, opposes term limits.

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