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What kind of job do you think the N.D. Legislature has done this session?

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rockenthebakken

Apr-27-13 8:25 AM

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rockenthebakken

Apr-27-13 8:25 AM

the worst ever!!!!!!!!!!!

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disgusted

Apr-27-13 8:27 AM

Al Carlson and the gang who brought back the budget four times for the anti-smoking crew to give them another $15 million of our tax dollar over and above the $20million sitting in their coffers from the tobacco lawsuit makes me smokin' angry.

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EarlyBird

Apr-27-13 8:30 AM

Property tax relief? Where is it? Stop the flaring and waste of mineral owners Y grade gas? To many funds created out of the surplus oil money they get every month? Actually I can't think of anything they did that will benefit everybody in the State? Collapsing to out of State pressure all the time and going against popular vote? I need help coming up with something good besides big bandages for pet projects?

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animal

Apr-27-13 8:42 AM

It is terrible, they don't do anything the people who elected them want!Everyone of them needs to go! Please people do not vote for any of the incumbents next election, term limits by the people is the only hope we have.They ALL NEED TO GO!They are destroying our state and our country. THEY ALL NEED TO GO!!

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EarlyBird

Apr-27-13 8:53 AM

I agree with term limits and if we can't get them to legislate term limits we can use our votes to terminate their terms. Let's start a new party called the Terminators.

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centerfield

Apr-27-13 9:37 AM

There are some interesting articles floating around Montana on their legislature. The Republicans held two news conferences after the session. One from the radicals who were in the leadership positions in the party and the other from about 20 of the moderate Republicans who throughout the session voted for the state good instead of the radical agenda. Finally some state legislators who had common sense. There is light on the horizon when you see people in the legislatures willing to work together literally and not just the lip service of the National Republican party. ALL the people are getting tired of the radicals and hopefully ND voters will start to removed some of the far, far right.

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muleskinner

Apr-27-13 9:48 AM

The Republican totalitarian financial overlords are looking out for North Dakotans and have their best interests in mind.

Never question Republicans that control the North Dakota Legislature.

I thought state budgets were supposed to be balanced and any surpluses would be used to finance the state's budget and the citizens would be granted tax relief, but the money masters, those who really control the North Dakota state legislature, will hear none of it. No tax break for North Dakotans, just for the well-heeled.

The money masters are in the money, not the State of North Dakota.

One of the greatest heists of the state's coffers you'll ever see. North Dakotans are left holding the bag. What else is new? Banksters are having fun fleecing it all from North Dakota and North Dakotans. Follow the money.

And... it's gone.

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MarkHighwater

Apr-28-13 1:08 AM

They spent the majority of precious time on debating the abortion issue they have resurrected...its nothing but a smoke screen to divert attention while they rob the common man/woman blind once again! ! !

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OldCat

Apr-28-13 10:46 AM

proposition 13 needed in ND--the legislators are not willing to provide meaningful tax changes. State tax equalization needs to have limits set on the taxing-- based on "valuation"

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locomotive

Apr-28-13 9:05 PM

"State tax equalization needs to have limits set on the taxing-- based on "valuation"

Agreed, OldCat. How are non-oilfield wages to keep up with the increases?

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