In a departure from revenue projections issued in December, North Dakota lawmakers are now expecting billions less in tax revenues over the next two and a half years.Read More →
Crashing prices at the pump is good news for drivers but it’s a challenge for budgets in states that rely heavily on oil and gas revenue.Read More →
Rep. Kenton Onstad, a Democrat representing the Parshall area in North Dakota’s state House, has introduced a bill for the state’s 2015 legislation session that would mandate an audit for the North Dakota Health Department and the Oil and Gas Division of the Industrial Commission.Read More →
Plunging oil prices are casting a pall on North Dakota’s lawmakers as the 2015 legislative session begins.Read More →
By Rob Port | Watchdog.org North Dakota Bureau
BISMARCK, N.D. — There will be hundreds of bills considered during North Dakota’s legislative session next year, but some of the first filed will deal with something pretty basic: how much should elected officials be paid?
That’s an often thorny issue that attracts strong reactions from the public. Legislation already […]