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Meghan Arbegast


Meghan Arbegast grew up in Security-Widefield, Colorado. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Journalism from North Dakota State University in Fargo, in 2021.

Arbegast wrote for The Spectrum, NDSU's student newspaper, for three years and was head news editor for two years. She was an intern with university relations her last two semesters of college.

Arbegast covers news pertaining to the city of Grand Forks/East Grand Forks including city hall coverage.

Readers can reach Arbegast at 719-235-8640 or

Pronouns: She/Her

Languages: English

The law will go into effect later this year.
The first half of 2022 taxes were due on March 1. Debbie Nelson, the county auditor, said of the $2,769.01, $80.65 of that was added as a 3% penalty on March 2.
The bill already passed the House in a 93-0 vote
House Bill 1503, which seeks to prohibit foreign ownership of real property in North Dakota, passed 93-0, with one absent
If it becomes law, legislation in House Bill 1135 would not affect land held by a foreign government before July 1, 2023.
β€œThe Department of the Air Force deferred to the Department of the Treasury during the (CFIUS) review to assess potential risks associated with the proposed project,” the spokesperson said.
The testimony was made during a House Agriculture Committee hearing on Feb. 3
The letter was shared by U.S. Sens. John Hoeven and Kevin Cramer on Tuesday afternoon.
Rep. Larry Klemin, R-Bismarck, the lead sponsor of House Bill 1135, said he decided to sponsor the bill after several constituents raised concerns about Fufeng's Chinese ties
Cramer says he'll ask for a classified briefing from the Treasury Department and from the Department of the Air Force