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A reason to draft constitutions carefully?

On the lighter side of the news: according to this report, owing to a slight omission in the drafting of North Dakota’s constitution (namely, the omission of a requirement that state officials take an oath of office), it is questionable whether North Dakota is legally a state. The report mentions the existence of a conflict

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Published on July 15, 2011
Author:          Filed under: David Law, hp, North Dakota, state constitutions