ND lawmakers introduce bills removing ‘sexually explicit’ books

Republicans introduce two bills in the North Dakota Legislature aimed at removing "sexually explicit" books at stores and libraries.

NORTH DAKOTA (KVRR) — A house bill would make it a Class B misdemeanor for any business where minors can go that offer books showing at least partial nudity and sexual material. It was introduced by Republican House Majority Leader Mike Lefor of Dickinson. Supporters say it’s needed due to graphic images and the message it portrays about human sexuality….

Split Reactions: Supreme Court’s Ruling on Baker Not Making Same-Sex Marriage Cake

Some in our area feel this is a tough case to be on one side of, while others from North Dakota stand firmly that the court's decision was the right one

FARGO, N.D. — The Supreme Court has ruled in favor of a Colorado baker who refused to bake a wedding cake for a same–sex couple. The court didn’t focus on whether a person or a business can refuse service to gay people, instead ruling that the Colorado Rights Commission, that first heard the case, violated the baker’s rights. “The court’s…