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ST. PAUL - In December 2011, Minnesota Commerce Commissioner Mike Rothman and Community Action of Minneapolis CEO Bill Davis stood side-by-side at a press conference to plead for more federal money to help low-income people pay their heating bills.
Minnesota Public Radio News
December 15, 2014
DALLAS - Voters approved a ban on hydraulic fracturing in the north Texas town of Denton on Tuesday, making it the first city in the Lone Star State to outlaw the oil and gas extraction technique behind the U.S. energy boom.
WASHINGTON - Senate Republicans will charge ahead early in 2015 with a bill to approve the long-stalled Keystone XL oil pipeline from Canada, a move that would back President Barack Obama into a corner and set the tone for how the party taking control of Congress will govern the next two years.
BISMARCK – North Dakota voters emphatically rejected a ballot measure Tuesday that would have dedicated millions and potentially billions of dollars in oil tax revenue for conservation projects over the next 25 years.
After almost three years since development, design and construction began, the Dakota Prairie Refinery southwest of Dickinson is about 80 percent complete, project leaders told state legislators Wednesday.
FARGO – Under a new deal signed Wednesday, North Dakota’s agricultural producers will have more options for rail shipping – a growing concern in a state where heavy oil traffic on rails has caused delays for other freight shipments.
FARGO – The state of North Dakota and one of the nation’s leading ports are teaming up to increase the shipment of North Dakota agricultural commodities to the West Coast, while bringing more supplies and industrial products into the state.
North Dakota Department of Agriculture
August 27, 2014
BISMARCK – Higher wages and substantial growth in the number of new income tax filers in North Dakota helped push the state’s tax revenue about $400 million higher through June than during the first year of the previous two-year budget cycle.
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