On the Hill
The Legislature adjourned early morning on Friday, April 30th. The session gaveled in for 76 days and just short of the 80-day maximum set by the North Dakota Constitution. The Legislature will use the remaining days later in the year to approve new legislative districts.
As the session wound down on Thursday, lawmakers completed work on a $17 billion, two-year budget, or about $2 billion more than the current budget cycle that ends June 30.
Learn more about the closing of the session here (Bismarck Tribune).
Check the bill tracker here to see final bill status.