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North Dakota Senate Changes Grain Regulation Proposal to a Study

Will include studying grain buyers, roving grain buyers, grain brokers, and grain handling facilities

The North Dakota Senate has voted unanimously to study the regulation of grain buyers rather than move regulation to the state’s Agriculture Department, reports The Bismarck Tribune.

The Senate on Friday passed an amendment to overhaul House Bill 1467 into a bill calling for a study of “agricultural issues in the state, including studying grain buyers, roving grain buyers, grain brokers, and grain handling facilities under title 60; and issues related to prepayment for fertilizer, soil amendments, seed, and fuel in situations of insolvency,” then voted unanimously to pass the bill.

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