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Jack Dalrymple - Governor of North Dakota

Jack Dalrymple - Governor of North Dakota

Welcome from the 32nd Governor of the Great State of North Dakota.

Dalrymple Signs Bill for Pre-K Grants

Dalrymple Signs Bill for Pre-K Grants

Gov. Dalrymple signs SB 2151, legislation that provides $3 million in state grants for early childhood education programs that serve low-income children.

Dalrymple Attends Romanick, Hager Investitures

Dalrymple Attends Romanick, Hager Investitures

Gov. Dalrymple attends the investitures for Judge Lolita Hartl Romanick and Judge Donald Hager, the Governor's newest appointments to the Northeast Central Judicial District bench.

Governor, First Lady Present Arts Awards

Governor, First Lady Present Arts Awards

Gov. Jack and First Lady Betsy Dalrymple present the Governor's Awards for the Arts to five individuals for their support of the arts in North Dakota.

Dalrymple Signs Child Abuse, Sexual Assault Prevention Proclamations

Dalrymple Signs Proclamations

Gov. Dalrymple signs proclamations declaring April Child Abuse Prevention Month and Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month in the state.

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From the Office of the Governor

  • BISMARCK, N.D. – Gov. Jack Dalrymple today signed into law House Bill 1358, legislation that will strengthen the state’s regulatory oversight of gathering pipelines for produced water and crude oil.  The bill includes enhancements for the prevention and detection of pipeline leaks and expands the state’s remediation and restoration program for land and water resources impacted by oil and gas development.

  • SCOTTSDALE, AZ – First Lady Betsy Dalrymple joined Lifetime Achievement Honoree Jay Leno today at the Joe Foss Institute’s annual “Stars in Service” gala in Scottsdale, AZ, to celebrate the passage of Arizona’s “first in the nation” Civics Education legislation.

  • BISMARCK, N.D. – Gov. Jack Dalrymple today signed into law Senate Bill 2151, establishing a state grant program for early childhood education. The bill provides $3 million in state grants to certified pre-kindergarten programs that serve low-income children.

    “This legislation is a great start,” Gov. Dalrymple said. “We’re confident that the people of North Dakota will realize the value of this program and that it will grow to benefit more children in the future.  

 

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