Murphy’s Law 2019 #21

There was a residual amount of luck from St. Patty’s Day that landed on 2360 today. It passed 74 to...

Murphy’s Law 2019 #20

Looks like I-94 opened up just in time to let the lawmakers go home for the weekend. 1066, the gigantic...

Murphy’s Law 2019 #19

The last couple of days have seen a lot of activity with the farm home exemption (2360) as we try...

Murphy’s Law 2019 #18

This morning was spent listening to the back and forth on 1467 which is about transferring grain licensing duties from...

Murphy’s Law 2019 #17

Yesterday, we spent a couple of hours in the afternoon at the Public Service Commission office discussing grain inspection and...

Murphy’s Law 2019 #16

There is nothing like a Monday drive to Bismarck through alternating whiteouts to make one appreciate being back in the...

Murphy’s Law 2019 #15

Welcome to March 1. This was a short week as the session grinds back into action like a semi-frozen combine...

Murphy’s Law 2019 #14

Legislative sessions in our state are comprised of two halves and overtime. We just finished the first half on the...

Murphy’s Law 2019 #13

It seems that many are curious about the status of the Spiritwood soybean crush plant and today I was one...

Murphy’s Law 2019 #12

Hey! It is the middle of the week after the Corn and Soybean Expo and I just want to thank...