What is there to apologize for?
By KEVIN TENGESDAL Bismarck Feb 28, 2013
Janne Myrdal’s letter of Feb. 24 states, “Concerned Women for America of North Dakota objects strongly to the recent ‘vigil’ outside a state senator’s home in Bismarck and suggests that a public apology is in order.” Continue reading “What is there to apologize for?”
As tough and stubborn and stoic of a Norwegian as
I tend be sometimes, the three posted examples from today of the dogmatic rhetoric voiced against the LGBT community specifically within North Dakota just simply has knocked me off-kilter and I am in a dour mood currently, and it is not good.
Trying to make sense out of law
By KEVIN R. TENGESDAL Bismarck Feb 8, 2013
House Bill 1253: A bill for an Act to amend and reenact sections 23-12-10.4 and 23-42-04 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to reimbursement of costs incurred in complying with smoking restrictions in public places and places of employment. Continue reading “Trying to make sense out of law”