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Pharmacy petition focused on signatures, not fundraising

August 24, 2011 in The Dickinson Press

BISMARCK Opponents of North Dakota’s pharmacy ownership law are focusing on getting the 13,452 signatures needed for the repeal petition, but fundraising isn’t a top priority yet.
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Forum editorial: Pharmacy law debate to continue

September 8, 2010 in INFORUM

It’s too bad North Dakota’s antiquated and protectionist pharmacy ownership law won’t be on the November ballot. A flaw in petitions containing almost 14,000 signatures constituted a violation of state law. Continue Reading

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North Dakota Supreme Court rules pharmacy issue won’t be on ballot

September 7, 2010 in INFORUM

A flaw in the way petitions were circulated means North Dakota voters will not decide in the November election whether to change a law limiting pharmacies. Continue Reading

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Pharmacy measure petitions incomplete

August 5, 2010 in INFORUM

Jaeger gives group 20 days to fix flaws in its attempt to get issue on Nov. ballot.

Backers of a ballot proposal to allow chain-store ownership of pharmacies in North Dakota took pains to submit only petition signatures they were confident would withstand review.
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2 initiatives expected on North Dakota fall ballot

August 4, 2010 in INFORUM

BISMARCK Two years ago, advocates of an initiative to ban hunting within fenced game preserves fell 129 petition signatures short of putting their measure in front of North Dakota voters. Continue Reading

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Public could vote on pharmacy law

July 30, 2010 in INFORUM

Signatures gathered to put ownership measure on November ballot

Opponents of North Dakota’s pharmacy ownership law say they have enough signatures to force a public vote on the issue in November.
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