- Associated Press - Friday, April 3, 2015

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - North Dakota lawmakers are working on Good Friday, which is a state holiday.

Republican majority leaders have scheduled Senate and House sessions Friday to work on measures as the session heads to its homestretch.

Lawmakers have dozens of bills remaining, including a number that are embroiled in conference committee negotiations about their final wording. The committees are made up of three House members and three senators.

Friday would be the 61st day of the 2015 Legislature. But it won’t count as legislative day because the lawmakers won’t gavel in to hold floor session.

The North Dakota Constitution limits the Legislature to 80 days of meetings every two years.



Click to Read More

Click to Hide