For the second time this month, North Dakota lawmakers have stomped on an attempt to extend an olive branch to Native Americans.
A photo, which recently surfaced on the Internet, appears to show the meeting of a mysterious cult in Washington, D.C.
The North Dakota Family Alliance last week praised the defeat of a bill to outlaw discrimination against gay people, describing it as a “bathroom bill.”
Dave Piepkorn, a Fargo city commissioner who refuses to disclose his stance on climate change, was recently interviewed on French television about his views on refugees.
Sexist remarks at the state Capitol have become so commonplace that House Majority Leader Al Carlson sent out a one-page memo titled “Communication 101,” instructing legislators to shut the fuck up.
Rep. Rick Becker likes to film himself talking about his political views and then post the videos on Facebook. He recently did this while driving.
When a bill to outlaw discrimination against gay people was headed to a vote in 2015, businessman Doug Burgum shouted his support to anyone who’d listen.
Today, Rep. Robin Weisz (R-Hurdsfield) had the impossible task of trying to justify a “no” vote against a bill to outlaw discrimination against gay people.
A bill to outlaw discrimination against LGBT people in North Dakota failed in a 22-69 vote today, the fourth time such a bill has failed since 2009.
Today’s the big day. A bill to outlaw discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity will get a vote in the state House at 12:30 p.m.