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FARGO CITY COMMISSION COMMITS SEVERAL VIOLATIONS OF OPEN MEETINGS LAW
March 20, 2015
Members of the Fargo City Commission violated the open meetings law when they engaged in a series of small gatherings to discuss the termination of the then-Chief of Police and negotiate a severance package, again when they held a special meeting without providing proper public notice, and when they held an improper executive session to review the already-signed separation agreement and discuss termination procedures.
Read the Opinion: 2015-O-04

TOWNSHIP BOARD VIOLATED OPEN MEETINGS LAW
March 12, 2015
The Tioga Township Board of Supervisors violated the law when it held a regular meeting without posting any notice for the meeting.
Read the Opinion: 2015-O-03

STENEHJEM URGES CONSUMERS TO MAKE SURE CONTRACTOR IS FULLY LICENSED BEFORE PUTTING MONEY DOWN
Cease & Desist Orders issued against Amador Construction and OakHill Construction

March 9, 2015
Two more unlicensed contractors have been banned from doing business in North Dakota, for a total of fourteen unlicensed contractors banned since January last year, announced Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem.
For more information: Make Sure Contractor is Fully Licensed
Read the Cease & Desist Order against Amador Construction and Oakhill Construction

ALERT: AFTER WARNINGS ISSUED, SCAMMERS TRY NEW TACTICS
Fake IRS Enforcement scam
March 6, 2015
Earlier this week, Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem issued a warning to consumers about the IRS Enforcement Scam. Today, the Consumer Protection division learned the scam artists are trying a new tactic in the hope of convincing consumers that this time, the call is legitimate. Unfortunately, this new tactic has already claimed one victim.
For more information: Consumer Alert-New Tactics used in IRS Enforcement Scam
See also: IRS Enforcement Scam



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