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Voters reject school plan

December 11, 2013

Minot voters went to the polls Tuesday, and decided that it’s not the right time to address the growing needs of the Minot Public School District. Voters rejected a $125 million bond issue Tuesday....

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redneck

Dec-14-13 12:44 PM

just quit your crying and write a check if you feel you need this.

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KayeMB

Dec-14-13 12:13 PM

I am so sick of blaming repubs on this. This is a non-partisan issue as far as I see it because people of all political persuasions voted against based on those who we know. We would have been more inclined to vote for it if they'd not have asked for so much so soon after people are still recovering from flood expenses.

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bushandcheneylied

Dec-14-13 12:07 PM

N.D AAA+ Rateing.Why in the world would N.D. EVER EVER have to borrow money.Hope all the no voters enjoy the coal in the stocking this year,It came staight out of West Virginia.Enjoy

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chadk66

Dec-11-13 8:13 PM

and they're republican hookers. So says PJ

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redneck

Dec-11-13 5:47 PM

wait, we have prostitutes, these prostitutes you speak of, umm just where are they. they should be good at keeping books right , they do handel money, i just lost a bookeeper kinda looking for a new one.

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takkak

Dec-11-13 5:44 PM

And the race was won by No's.

10% is not close.

Vote No again and again.

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