2021 Legislative Session
The 67th Legislative Assembly began with Organizational Session, December 1-3. At that time, leadership and committees were chosen and the priorities of the governor were outlined by his budget address. This session will officially start on January 5, with Governor Burgum's State of the State Address. This page will serve as a resource over the course of the session; track bills, become aware of key business issues, discover how to be involved, or discover GNDC's specific policy positions.
Advocacy is the heart of what the Greater North Dakota Chamber does. Collaborative in nature, our work throughout the session can be best summarized in three objectives:
- Stop legislation that would hurt North Dakota business
- Advocate for solutions to our three primary policy areas: Business Climate, Workforce Development, Infrastructure
- Support and promote bills that are positive for the state's business community
Our efforts are non-partisan and our approach is bi-partisan. We amplify the voice of our members to promote the best business climate possible.
Links and information specific to session details
PASSED Bill Spreadsheet - NEW
Official 67th Legislative Assembly (.gov link)
- Legislative calendar with deadlines - Revised March 2021
- Committee Hearing Schedule
- Video Livestream Link
As a GNDC member, you can sign up to receive legislative alerts that notify you of opportunities to share your input with your legislators directly. Your engagement with your representatives, combined with our influence in Bismarck, is a successful approach to making North Dakota more business-friendly.
Week thirteen - posted 4/5 - NEW
Week twelve - posted 3/29
Week eleven - posted 3/22
Week ten - posted 3/15
Week nine - posted 3/8
Week eight: Crossover - posted 3/1
Week seven - posted 2/22
Week six - posted 2/15
Week five - posted 2/8
Week four - posted 2/1
Week three - posted 1/25
Week two - posted 1/18
Week one - posted on 1/11
June 3: How They Voted - Wrap-up Report
This is a member-exclusive event. Attendees must register in advance to attend. Recordings will be made available to GNDC members upon request, following the event.