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John Andrist: Thoughts on North Dakota’s Ballot Measures

Photo by Tom Arthur Aside from electing candidates in the forthcoming election, we will be deciding five ballot measures. The first two propose to change our state constitution, and have been promulgated by the state legislature for your consideration. Changes to the constitution require voter approval. The first would require that henceforth legislators may not serve in the legislative.
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