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Topic - Heidi Heitkamp
The Army Corps of Engineers announced plans Tuesday to fund the final $6.3 million needed to complete the planning, engineering and design phase for the Red River diversion project.
U.S. Sen. Heidi Heitkamp met Saturday with leaders of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa to identify strategies to improve the housing conditions in the reservation and address law enforcement concerns.
The head of the Environmental Protection Agency faced tough crowds Friday during stops in North Dakota, where coal and ethanol continue to be a big part of the oil-rich state's energy mix.
The Environmental Protection Agency's administrator will visit North Dakota to get a firsthand look at the state's booming energy industry and environmental issues.
Federal railroad inspectors found more than 13,000 track defects on BNSF Railway Co. lines in North Dakota since 2006, and have written 721 violations against the company since 2006, a federal rail safety agency said in a letter released Wednesday.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is expediting a farm bill provision that provides relief to North Dakota ranchers devastated by an early October blizzard. The agency is responding with unusual speed after fierce lobbying and pressure from the congressional delegations in both Dakotas.
North Dakota's top federal prosecutor told state lawmakers Wednesday that Indian reservations in the state should include halfway houses for people who return home after serving prison sentences.
An engineer in training with BNSF Railway has been praised on the U.S. Senate floor for his actions following the derailment of an oil train on the outskirts of Casselton.
BNSF Railway Co. has promised to add more locomotives and crews in an effort to address delays in Amtrak service and agricultural product shipping in North Dakota, the state's congressional delegation said Tuesday.
North Dakota Sen. Heidi Heitkamp said Monday that last week's passage of the farm bill means she can turn her focus to expanding American agriculture trade, which she began with a weekend trip to Cuba.
The legislative fight in Washington over the nation's new farm bill may be over, but North Dakota lawmakers say their work on it is hardly done.
South Dakota's congressional delegation pressed the U.S. agriculture secretary Wednesday to expedite a provision in the new farm bill that helps ranchers in the Dakotas and Nebraska recover from an October blizzard.
The State Department report that found no major environmental objections to construction of the Keystone XL oil pipeline came as no surprise Friday to both proponents and opponents of the project in energy-rich North Dakota.
North Dakota is getting more federal money to help low-income people heat their homes.
North Dakota's congressional delegation says contracts have been awarded so SkyWest Airlines can fly to Devils Lake and Jamestown.
"This is shaping up as a regulatory fight here," said Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D.
She said she will do everything she can to "get the project built."