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This North Dakota onAir hub supports its citizens to become more informed about and engaged in federal and state politics while facilitating more civil and positive discussions with their representatives, candidates, and fellow North Dakotans.

  • North Dakota onAir is one of 50 state governance and elections hubs that the US onAir Network is providing to reinvigorate our imperiled democracy.
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North Dakota government livestreams

http://www.legis.nd.gov/

Upcoming Livestreams
None scheduled

Recent livestreams:

Senate Committee aircasts

These aircasts will be focused on the recent activities of House committees during the 2021 General Assembly. Committee chairs will host these aircasts with members of their committees and their invited audience.

Aircasts are Zoom meetings with a host, featured guests, and an online audience livestreamed to the public and archived as YouTube videos in this Hub and YouTube channel.

Here is an example an aircast on a state committee (Virginia).

House Committee aircasts

These aircasts will be focused on the recent activities of House committees during the 2021 General Assembly. Committee chairs will host these aircasts with members of their committees and their invited audience.

Aircasts are Zoom meetings with a host, featured guests, and an online audience livestreamed to the public and archived as YouTube videos in this Hub and YouTube channel.

Here is an example an aircast on a state committee (Virginia).

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North Dakota News

Gov. Burgum vetoes penalizing state colleges over abortions
KVRR, Raya QuttainehMay 8, 2021 (Short)

North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum has partially vetoed a bill aimed at penalizing the state’s 11 colleges and universities for funneling federal grant money to individuals or organizations that promote or perform abortions.

Burgum said in his veto message late Friday that the sanctions are “problematic.” He vetoed the portion of the bill that contains the sanctions.

The Republican-led North Dakota Legislature passed the bill, which was primarily aimed at preventing North Dakota State University from funneling grant money to Planned Parenthood for sex education in the state.

North Dakota Dem-NPL elects Patrick Hart as new chair
KVRR, Raya QuttainehMay 8, 2021 (Short)

Dem-NPL leaders from across North Dakota elected Patrick Hart to serve as the new State Party Chair on Saturday.

Hart is a small business owner living in Bismarck. He previously served as the Dem-NPL Vice Chair.

Vice Chair Kari Breker, DNC Committeeman Adam Goldwyn, Treasurer Tracey Wilkie, and Secretary Birgit Pruess were also elected.

“Together, we’ll fight for the North Dakotans that build our state. From the teachers, well technicians, farmers, and more, I am excited to build this party around you and your families’ needs,” said Hart.

2021 Legislature

Gov. Burgum vetoes penalizing state colleges over abortions
KVRR, Raya QuttainehMay 8, 2021 (Short)

North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum has partially vetoed a bill aimed at penalizing the state’s 11 colleges and universities for funneling federal grant money to individuals or organizations that promote or perform abortions.

Burgum said in his veto message late Friday that the sanctions are “problematic.” He vetoed the portion of the bill that contains the sanctions.

The Republican-led North Dakota Legislature passed the bill, which was primarily aimed at preventing North Dakota State University from funneling grant money to Planned Parenthood for sex education in the state.

The North Dakota Legislative Assembly is the state legislature of the U.S. state of North Dakota. The Legislative Assembly consists of two chambers, the lower North Dakota House of Representatives, with 94 representatives, and the upper North Dakota Senate, with 47 senators. The state is divided into 47 constituent districts, with two representatives and one senator elected from each district. Members of both houses are elected without term limits. Due to the Legislative Assembly being a biennial legislature, with the House and Senate sitting for only 80 days in odd-numbered years, a Legislative Council oversees legislative affairs in the interim periods, doing longer-term studies of issues, and drafting legislation for consideration of both houses during the next session.

The Legislative Assembly convenes in the west chamber of the 19-story Art Deco state capitol building in Bismarck.

Voting in North Dakota

Federal & state elections on the ballot: US Senator, US House member, and State Senate and House members

Ballot measures: Require Initiated Constitutional Amendments to be Approved by the Legislature or Passed Twice Amendment (SCR 4001) and Amendment Changing the Membership and Terms of the Board of Higher Education (SCR 4016)

The North Dakota Elections, part of the Secretary of State, oversees all North Dakota elections.

2022 Elections

North Dakota Dem-NPL elects Patrick Hart as new chair
KVRR, Raya QuttainehMay 8, 2021 (Short)

Dem-NPL leaders from across North Dakota elected Patrick Hart to serve as the new State Party Chair on Saturday.

Hart is a small business owner living in Bismarck. He previously served as the Dem-NPL Vice Chair.

Vice Chair Kari Breker, DNC Committeeman Adam Goldwyn, Treasurer Tracey Wilkie, and Secretary Birgit Pruess were also elected.

“Together, we’ll fight for the North Dakotans that build our state. From the teachers, well technicians, farmers, and more, I am excited to build this party around you and your families’ needs,” said Hart.

Covid-19

North Dakota Department of Health
March 19, 2021

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0KCh7fxTBftoWOg3kwG5RA

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