Wardner weighs in on ND O&G legislation
Senate majority leader shares views on legislation that addresses taxes, stripper wells, flaring, pipelines and easements
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North Dakota Senate Majority Leader Rich Wardner is one of the longest serving members of the North Dakota legislature, having served in the House from 1991 to 1997, and in the Senate since 1998. A retired educator and farmer, Wardner lives in Dickenson and is a former executive director of the Dick....
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