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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Mac Schneider
Grand Forks lawmakers on both sides of the aisle said Friday they are unhappy with the way the sale of a University of North Dakota building was handled and an apology from the interim chancellor of the university system doesn't fix the situation.
Gov. Jack Dalrymple should call a special session of the Legislature to address funding problems tied to western North Dakota's oil boom, some Democratic lawmakers say.
Williston Herald, Jan. 22, 2014
Leading North Dakota Democratic lawmakers want the state's top oil regulator to quit encouraging oil development and focus solely on oversight.
Six years after the NCAA deemed it hostile to American Indians, the University of North Dakota's Fighting Sioux nickname has hardly gone quietly through the courts or the state Legislature.
FILE - In this Dec. 2, 2012 file photo North Dakota state Sen. Mac Schneider, D-Grand Forks, is seen at the state Democratic headquarters in Bismarck, N.D. Schneider says he doesn't believe University of North Dakota students and taxpayers were "well-served" by the recent sell of a building that was owned by the UND Research Foundation.
Sen. Mac Schneider, both of Grand Forks, told The Associated Press Friday that they appreciated the gesture but said it's not enough.