North Dakota tax rebate pitch now 'stimulus'
BISMARCK - A bill that would return $100 million in state funds to North Dakotans this year as a tax rebate is being backed as an economic stimulus bill.
House Bill 1324 was introduced at the beginning of the Legislature as a way to return part of the state's $1 billion surplus to people because the state has "far more than we need," according to its prime sponsor, Rep. Rick Berg, R-Fargo.
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