North Dakota Supreme Court rejects delay in lawmakers' return to fix wiped-out budget

Posted on AllSides October 13th, 2023
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North Dakota lawmakers are scrambling to fill a giant hole in state government operations left by a surprising state Supreme Court ruling that voided a major budget bill, leaving uncertainty until a resolution is reached. Lawmakers might be back at the state Capitol as soon as the week of Oct. 23 for a three- to five-day session, Republican Senate Majority Leader David Hogue told The Associated Press. The court's surprising Sept. 28 decision put funding for parts of the state government in jeopardy, with a session likely to pull Republican...

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