Legislation calls for a former Cabinet official of Gov. Doug Burgum to be reimbursed for attorney fees related to a criminal investigation stemming from a controversial audit.
Funding for North Dakota's substance use disorder voucher program is proposed to double under Gov. Doug Burgum's budget plan. The program ran short of money last summer.
A state senator and a representative both from West Fargo are each the most prolific for bills in their respective chamber of the Legislature.
Bismarck's city administrator supports a bill that would allow cities to levy infrastructure fees, while Mandan's doesn't.
State officials are moving toward an in-state investment strategy of North Dakota's oil tax savings account.
Senators killed a bill that would have allowed designated people to grow up to eight medical marijuana plants.
Legislation aiming to increase North Dakotans' access to lower-priced prescription drugs has an eye on neighboring Canada.
State lawmakers are taking up several bills on medical marijuana in North Dakota, including proposals to allow edible products and the growing of plants.
North Dakota lawmakers are wading into issues of gender in sports with a bill critics say would discriminate against transgender students.
A new sign greets visitors at the House Human Services Committee room in the state Capitol, without a warning of a $20 fine for non-testimony …
A Bismarck man has started a mock fundraiser to pay for meals of state lawmakers, who will consider a bill to be reimbursed with taxpayer money for their meals.
The House passed a bill that would shield matters referred for investigation by North Dakota's state auditor.
Visitors to the House Human Services Committee room at the state Capitol are met by a sign warning of a $20 fine if they're not there to testi…
Testing of wastewater for coronavirus in North Dakota would face a new hurdle under one bill in the Legislature and be outright banned by another.
North Dakota's House of Representatives passed a bill on Wednesday to allow mutual aid between tribal police and state and local law enforcement agencies.
Supporters of a bill regarding seclusion and restraint in schools told House members that it would protect students with disabilities.
North Dakota legislative budget writers on Tuesday heard that cuts to Bismarck State College would affect its polytechnic mission.
North Dakota legislative leaders are proposing a bill for how to fill the seat of a victorious dead candidate after such a scenario unfolded l…
Newspaper watchdogs say a bill to shield matters referred by the state auditor for investigation would do a disservice to the public by closin…
Legislation to allow electronic posting in North Dakota and to continue a related pilot project passed the state Senate on Monday.
More than $95 million would continue North Dakota's coronavirus pandemic response, under state health officials' proposal.
Emails indicate North Dakota's attorney general advocated for the U.S. Supreme Court to take up Texas' lawsuit over the presidential election …
Proposed legislation would shield photos of people who are arrested in North Dakota.