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TSA Precheck Appointments Being Accepted For June 3-7 At Hector International Airport

You must bring proper ID and pay an $85 fee for five years of service

FARGO, ND — If you fly often you might want to consider enrolling in the TSA Precheck program at Hector International Airport. You can make an appointment from June 3-7 to enroll in the TSA’s expedited screening program. It allows identified low-risk air travelers to enjoy a more efficient screening experience, including keeping your shoes on. Appointments will be held in…

How Supreme Court Decision is Affecting Voter Rights for Native Americans Living on Reservations

After moving through the Supreme Court, all people living in the state must have a street address on their ID, but many living on Native American reservations have a P.O. box

FARGO, N.D. — The Supreme Court decides not to overturn a law in North Dakota requiring people to show a current street address on their ID in order to vote. KVRR’s Jessie Cohen tells us how many Native Americans feel their rights as citizens have been violated because of this decision. “When you talk about the freedoms of everybody, I…

More tribal documents now allowed to cast a ballot in ND

Judge Daniel Hovland reversed his own temporary order

BISMARCK, ND – A federal judge has agreed to expand the proof of identity Native Americans can use for North Dakota elections. The decision reverses his temporary order that allowed voters without a state–approved ID to cast ballots by signing a legal document. U.S. District Judge Daniel Hovland’s ruling adds other tribal documents to the state’s list of valid forms…

ND Constitutional Carry Law: Loaded Guns Allowed in Vehicles with Proper ID

The state's constitutional carry law took effect in August

  NORTH DAKOTA — North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem is clearing up some confusion surrounding the state’s constitutional-carry law. Stenehjem says drivers may store a loaded gun in their vehicle, but if stopped by law enforcement, they must show proper state identification. He says showing a valid state driver’s license is the “equivalent of a valid concealed weapons license”…