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Topic - Stacey Dahl
"I think we can agree that the NCAA has been frustratingly obstinate on this issue," Rep. Stacey Dahl, Grand Forks Republican, said during Wednesday's debate. "We now know that we face a new reality ... and it's not in anybody's best interest to see a top-notch university's athletic program diminished in any way."
Miss Dahl wrote a provision in the bill that requires UND to wait three years before adopting a new nickname and logo.