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Six years ago to the day, November 6th, 2012 North Dakota voters hired Heidi Heitkamp to the Senate and Kevin Cramer to the House of Representatives. November 6th, 2018 those two candidates elected by many of the same voters will ...

  Welcome to episode 2 of ND xPlains. In this part, we begin to look at who is in the “good old boys network” candidate Doug Burgum hinted at and campaigned against in the 2016 election. People involved in North ...

ND xPlains begins to look at who is in the “good old boys network” candidate Doug Burgum hinted at in the 2016 election. We will look at how they use North Dakota’s government for their own means and explain why ...

Information obtained by ND xPlains shows outside special interest groups spent over $1 million on television and radio to try and influence Senator Heidi Heitkamp’s vote on Brett Kavanaugh. This does not include online and digital spending. The largest outside ...

At approximately 3:30 p.m. on Friday, October 20th, news broke of Tax Commissioner Ryan Rauschenberger’s charge for driving under the influence. The news became public three weeks after the occurrence in what is termed a “Friday news dump.” A “Friday news ...

On October 15th, CBS “60 Minutes” aired an in-depth investigative report about the DEA, Congress, and the growing opioid crisis. The report rightly caused outrage among viewers and forced those involved to answer to the claims aired. Two days later ...

Congressman Kevin Cramer continued his pattern of disrespecting women yesterday when he called a woman on a national TV show a “snob.” His remarks were aired on KVLY in Fargo. Cramer’s childish behavior which is unbecoming of a sitting United States ...

Yesterday, November 30th, it was revealed Congressman Kevin Cramer would have a seat on the House Steering Committee. No doubt, this is an important committee to serve on especially from a “small state” like North Dakota. In expressing his excitement, Congressman Cramer said, ...

Earlier this year I decided I wanted to bring the North Dakota Capitol to life. To do so I’d communicate about what was going on in committee rooms, on the respective chamber floors, and behind the brass rails where a ...