Last month, we shared some sage advice to help your Thanksgiving guests avoid needing to hire us to get out of the dreaded "whisky ticket" - hopefully they were thankful. Now that we're into December - "the most wonderful time of the year" - with family, work, and other social gatherings set in the coming weeks that advice is even more important to heed.
As the weather gets colder and the ground starts to freeze, families come together for the holiday season. As we fill our plates with turkey and mashed potatoes, the wine is often flowing as well. There's a lot to be thankful for, but sometimes the celebration goes too far.
North Dakota hunters understand that game and fish laws govern their actions. They dictate where, when and what you are able to hunt. Violating these laws can come with fines and misdemeanor charges. But did you know that House Bill no.1188 made it possible for you to face felony charges for violating hunting laws?
Marijuana law reform has been getting a lot of publicity over the last few years and for good reason. Even though cannabis remains illegal according to federal law, the majority of states in the United States have some kind of legal marijuana program. However, the tension between federal and state law can be confusing for citizens.