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North Dakota's Revolution

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Army Spc. Dennis J. Ferderer Jr.

20, of New Salem, N.D.; assigned to the 1st Battalion, 15th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade, 3rd Infantry Division, Ft. Benning, Ga.; killed when enemy forces threw a hand grenade at his Humvee during convoy operations in Duluiyah, Iraq.
 
Is North Dakota having A Revolution TONIGHT?
In their POLITICAL Primary they are voting on many measures that would made the founding Fathers & Mothers VERY, VERY proud.

A-M-M-E-N-D-M-E-N-T-S
 
Measure 1. Constitutional amendment & pertains to the administration of government. If approved the measure would allow state legislators to be appointed to other government offices.
 
Measure 2.  A Constitutional amendment proposed by citizens dealing with taxes. The measure seeks to eliminate property taxes throughout the state and replace local governments property taxincome w/ state tax revenue. Interestingly, this was rejected in 2009 by the North Dakota legislature.

Measure 3. is also a initiated constitutional amendment but deals with freedom of religion. This measure asserts that a person’s right to act or refuse due to a religious belief may not be burdened by the government unless the government proves it has a “compelling interest.” The measure’s sponsors claim that the goal of the amendment is to restore older standards for government mandates that run counter to individuals’ religious beliefs.

Measure 4. A veto referendum & question : The referendum asks if voters approve SB 2370, a law which allows University of North Dakota to discontinue using the “Fighting Sioux” nickname. A Yes vote on the measure means The University of North Dakota drops the nickname, while a No vote keeps the nickname.

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