ND Dems hope for bipartisanship in latter half of Legislature to maximize prosperity

March 6, 2013 at 6:00 pm in The Dickinson Press

Recently, our friends and colleagues, House Majority Leader Al Carlson and Senate Majority Leader Rich Wardner, candidly compared the first half of the North Dakota legislative session to “watching sausage being made.” We reluctantly agree, but hope our counterparts in the majority will now set aside the partisan meat grinder and work with us to maximize our state’s prosperity during the session’s remaining days. Because as things stand, some of the actions taken by the GOP majority this session threaten to churn North Dakota’s prime opportunities into something more closely resembling mincemeat. Continue Reading