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The Bakken magazine

Utah to join North Dakota in lawsuit over BLM fracking rule
The Bakken magazine
Last month, a ruling by the Federal District Court of Wyoming allowed North Dakota and Colorado to join Wyoming in challenging the BLM's authority to impose regulations on fracking practices. North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem said the state ...
Utah plans to join North Dakota, Wyoming, Colorado in lawsuit over federal ...Daily Journal
Utah joins lawsuit over new BLM fracking ruleKSL.com
Utah to fight new federal fracking rules in courtSalt Lake Tribune
Fairfield Citizen
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Grand Forks Herald

Federal judge halts North Dakota ring dike work citing Minnesota environmental ...
Grand Forks Herald
For one, U.S. District Judge John R. Tunheim in Minneapolis narrowed the lawsuit filed by upstream diversion opponents by dismissing several allegations made against the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Diversion Authority. The corps is mostly ...
Judge halts construction of key part of Red River flood control projectMinneapolis Star Tribune
Federal judge halts Oxbow, N.D., ring dike work citing Minnesota environmental ...INFORUM
Federal judge halts Oxbow ring dike work citing DNR review of Fargo-Moorhead ...WDAZ
Valley News Live
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North Dakota judge grants restraining order to sister who gave brother kidney
Grand Forks Herald
Calling the case "really hard to believe," Traill County District Court Judge Thomas Olson granted the petition filed last week by Lori Thompson for a restraining order against her brother, Keith Flaten. The sister donated a kidney to Flaten in 2011 ...

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KDLT News

Minnesota, North Dakota in court fight over Red River diversion
Minnesota Lawyer
The Fargo-Moorhead Diversion Authority is appealing a judge's order to stop construction on a levee south of Fargo until an environmental review is completed. U.S. District Judge John Tunheim of Minnesota issued the order last week after opponents of a ...
Ring levee project manager says delay ordered by judge may cost taxpayers ...Daily Journal

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Oil & Gas 360

Utah Joins Wyoming, Colorado and North Dakota in Lawsuit Against Federal ...
Oil & Gas 360
Utah's Governor Gary Herbert announced that his state will be joining North Dakota, Colorado and Wyoming in their lawsuit against new federal rules regarding new hydraulic fracturing regulations on federal lands. OAG360® spoke with both Gov. Herbert ...


EagleFordTexas.com

SEC lawsuit alleges Ponzi scheme over North Dakota 'man camps'
Reuters
The SEC civil lawsuit filed in a North Dakota federal court seeks to recoup ill-gotten gains, impose fines and obtain an injunction against further violations. North Dakota Developments ... A lawyer for Hogan could not immediately be located. The ...
SEC Lawsuit Accuses Company of Fraud in 'Man Camp' ProjectsABC News
Ponzi scheme costs investors $62 million on bogus Bakken housingGrand Forks Herald

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Oil & Gas 360

Colorado and North Dakota Join Wyoming in Lawsuit v. BLM Rulemaking
Oil & Gas 360
A federal judge has decided to allow North Dakota and Colorado to join a Wyoming lawsuit that challenges new rules from the U.S. Bureau of Land Management regarding drilling on federal lands. “North Dakota regulators say the new federal rule could ...

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Abortion ban based on heartbeat rejected by appeals court
U.S. News & World Report
The appeals court has yet to rule on the North Dakota law, which was struck down by a federal judge in that state. In rejecting Arkansas' fetal heartbeat law, the appeals court cautioned that the viability standard used to decide abortion-restriction ...
Appeals Court Strikes Down Arkansas Law Banning Abortion At 12 WeeksHuffington Post
Federal Appeals Court Rejects Arkansas' 12-Week Abortion BanABC News
Federal Appeals Court Blocks Arkansas Ban On Abortion After 12 WeeksKNPR

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The Republic

Federal judge sentences North Dakota man to maximum 25-year term on child ...
The Tribune
BISMARCK, North Dakota — A North Dakota man has been sentenced to 25 years in prison on a child pornography charge. A jury last year found 39-year-old Garron Gonzalez, of Bismarck, guilty of attempted sexual exploitation of minors. Authorities say ...
State inmate sentenced to 25 years in prisonBismarck Tribune

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KFGO

ND Supreme Court hears appeal in case of misplaced payloader
Park Rapids Enterprise
Agent Arnie Rummel handed the payloader over to a company he erroneously believed to be its true owner, according to court records. A Dickey County judge ordered the agent to bring the payloader back, but it was gone—possibly to Texas or Mexico.
State appeals order to pay North Dakota man for pay loaderkwwl.com

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