Murphy’s Law #21

Discussions with the Water, Tax, Transportation and other Worlds have us coming to conclusions that will go to the floor...

Murphy’s Law #20

Yesterday was spent partly in Senate Finance and Tax as the committee worked on HB1361 which is about property tax...

Murphy’s Law #19

Big news. Today, upon the 5-0 Do Not Pass Recommendation of the Senate Agriculture Committee, the floor unanimously followed that...

Murphy’s Law #18

On Tuesday, the Grower’s board had a meeting in Fargo that touched on many issues including subcommittee meetings for a...

Murphy’s Law #17

Since I last blogged, Thursday and Friday happened. On Thursday, commodity groups lined up to testify against HB1282. It was...

Murphy’s Law #16

Monday saw two different discussions on water. One a noon meeting with a Bismarck geologist about nutrient management and how...

Murphy’s Law #15

This blog got delayed due to technical issues… OnThursday, March 2 there was a hearing for SB2047. This bill came...

Murphy’s Law #14

On Wednesday, the Legislature reconvened and I listened to a couple of Senate Finance and Tax bills that potentially could...

Murphy’s Law #13

On Tuesday morning the House passed the Public Service Commission (PSC) elevator bill as amended without any dissent. As passed,...

Murphy’s Law #12

Back from the break that I had arranged before I took this job, I have spent the day catching up...

Murphy’s Law#11

Just when I thought this legislative session had reached a fevered pitch, it dawned on me that was not the...

Murphy’s Law #10

Eight hundred nine pieces of legislation were “dropped in the hopper” or introduced this month. Other than a possible Delayed...