June 13, 2024

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Letter: Wrong promotion on laws

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As a marketing key at Minot Point out College, my classmates and I figured out that statements in promotion will have to be factual, not deceptive. The Federal Trade Commission guards people from deceptive and unfair practices. Promoting utilizes many straightforward techniques, although current occasions at the Capitol make me speculate: Is there truthfulness in legislation?

When concentrating on a federal grant partnership concerning NDSU and Prepared Parenthood, Sen. Janne Myrdal referenced ND Century Code 14-02.3-01. She mentioned, on the senate flooring, that the language in her provision is “taken appropriate out of Century Code…this is presently law in North Dakota.”

Whilst questioning NDSU Provost Margaret Fitzgerald and President Dean Bresciani about the grant partnership, Rep. Mike Nathe of Bismarck claimed that this statute is “solid legislation.” According to testimony from NDUS Vice-Chancellor Lisa Johnson and a letter from attorney Duane Lillehaug, the code in issue was declared “unenforceable” in 1995 by a federal court docket.

Does this imply that our legislators ended up deceiving us or just not performing their homework? It seems to be deceptive and unfair practice to cite an invalidated regulation. I want constituents, like you and me, experienced defense from this untrue advertising.

Alivia McCulley, Minot, N.D.

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