North Dakota Supreme Court strikes down key budget bill, likely forcing Legislature to reconvene

Posted on AllSides September 28th, 2023
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BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — The North Dakota Supreme Court struck down a major budget bill for the state government on Thursday, likely meaning lawmakers must come back to Bismarck to do the massive bill over again. The court ruled the bill “was unconstitutionally enacted and is void” because it violates a provision of the state constitution that says bills can't embrace more than one subject. The budget bill traditionally contains numerous other items, such as corrections, which are usually hammered out in the session’s last days in April. Republican Senate...

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