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   5/4/2007 Special Legislative Session Summary
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   1/29/2008 Senate confirms Schafer as secretary of agriculture   
 WASHINGTON - The Senate confirmed Edward Schafer as secretary of agriculture with no objections on Monday, even though Congress and the administration have differing views over a pending five-year farm bill. The former North Dakota governor was confirmed by unanimous consent after members of...   
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   1/29/2008 Johnson making 7th to Cuba to pitch farm products, mainly spuds   
 North Dakota Agriculture Commissioner Roger Johnson is making another trip to Cuba next month to push North Dakota farm products. Johnson says it will be his seventh trip in the past seven years pitching the state's commodities. He said the state has sold about $30 million worth of peas and...   
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   1/24/2008 Bank of North Dakota earns $51 million, sets profit record   
 Spurred by growth in business loans, the Bank of North Dakota booked a record $51.1 million profit last year, and the bank's president is expecting to better that mark in 2008...   
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   1/23/2008 Hoeven Announces More Than $1.3 Million In Homeless Grants   
 Gov. John Hoeven today announced that 11 North Dakota organizations and six communities will receive more than $1.3 million in Continuum of Care grants to assist the homeless...   
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   1/22/2008 Bismarck looks at expanding Renaissance zone   
 Mandan is taking advantage of state legislation allowing for the expansion of Renaissance zones while Bismarck also is considering adding to its zone.   
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