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Should North Dakota strengthen its penalties for petition fraud?

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Feb-04-13 12:46 PM

disgusted, I agree with this latest post of yours, to contact legislators in regards to important issues. (I've done it before.)

Otherwise, one's viewpoint is virtual hot air on the MDN.

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Feb-02-13 9:57 PM

Veratis, I do believe that our legislators have cajones only as strong or as moral as the voters who speak out. I would hope that you have contacted your legislators to vote in favor of HB1397 which will make those guilty of fraudulent petitions face the penalty of a class C felony. And with hopes just as strong I hope you have contacted your leislators and asked them to vote AGAINST HCR3025 which commends the coach.

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Feb-02-13 3:58 PM

Veratis, I think we all agree with you except for your first sentence. That attention and need for a win is limited to Fargo and alum of NDSU. But, yes, it speaks volumes when illegal acts are pushed under the rug and the coach is praised.

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Feb-02-13 8:54 AM

As of 8:50ish a.m., minotloner, you have no disagrees.

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Feb-02-13 8:53 AM

There you go, generalizing again, Veritas.

Sure, it was ALL NoDaks that were pleased as punch about the petition thingy. If you think so.

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