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Fifty-Ninth Legislative Assembly Of North Dakota

Bills Introduced by Senator Grindberg

Primary Sponsor

SB 2211
Relating to guaranteed energy savings contracts in public buildings.
SB 2212
Relating to use of a school district tax levy for heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning systems; and to provide an effective date.
SB 2213
Relating to dental medical assistance reimbursement; and to provide an expiration date.
SB 2214
A BILL for an Act to provide an appropriation for a capital project and to authorize the industrial commission to issue and sell evidences of indebtedness for capital projects; and to declare an emergency.
SB 2269
Relating to creation of the North Dakota marriage and family therapy licensure board; to provide a penalty; and to provide for a legislative council study.
SB 2333
Relating to the provision of educational services by school districts; relating to the dissolution of school districts and attendance in schools in bordering states.
SB 2374
A BILL for an Act to provide for an unemployment compensation shared work demonstration project; and to provide for a legislative council study.
A concurrent resolution expressing support for the Red River Valley Research Corridor and commending the broad range of private and public sector partners from the federal, state, and local levels for their hard work to make the corridor a national, regional, and local success.
A concurrent resolution directing the Legislative Council to study the history of the Fargo Public School District and its current and future relationship with the West Fargo Public School District, with a view to clarifying issues regarding the ownership and control of public school property by the Board of Education of the city of Fargo.

Other Bills

HB 1059
HB 1223
HB 1347
HB 1356
HB 1480
HB 1519
HB 1525
SB 2187
SB 2217
SB 2265
SB 2276
SB 2281
SB 2302
SB 2307
SB 2327
SB 2344
SB 2363
SB 2365
SB 2391

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Total Bills Introduced — 36