Now more than ever, law enforcement should be respecting the First Amendment rights of people who are protesting in the streets — not attempting to add fuel to the fire, as Todd Osmundson did Saturday night.
The frustration and anger seen pouring out in the streets is the result of past promises for reform unfulfilled coupled with the tragic ever-growing list of names of people of color who have been killed by police.
The Rent Bridge program has the potential to be a vital solution to keep people in their homes and to make it easier for North Dakota renters who are involuntarily out of work to get back on their feet when the economy rebounds.
Gov. Burgum needs to issue an executive order prohibiting late fees and dings to credit ratings for renters during the COVID-19 crisis. Doing so would make it a lot easier for North Dakota renters to get back on their feet when the economy rebounds.
5/12 PRESS CONFERENCE: N.D. Nonprofits to Discuss Prohibiting Late Fees for Renters During COVID-19 Crisis
If Gov. Burgum’s not going to issue a temporary eviction moratorium, he needs to do something to protect North Dakota renters who are involuntarily out of work.
In his new role, Jorgensen develops and manages the cross-platform digital communications and social media strategy for the three states and is responsible for generating content that is engaging, up-to-date and results in measurable action.