North Dakota legislators' approaches to bills differ
FARGO - Sen. Ray Holmberg smiles when he sees letters to the editor complaining about idiotic bills that are introduced in the North Dakota Legislature.
"Often it's a fellow citizen that has asked a legislator to put in the bill," said Holmberg, R-Grand Forks.
With North Dakota's open government, the general feeling is that people's ideas deserve to get introduced, even if they may garner little support, Holmberg said.
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