Entries by NDAM1 team

Constitutional Law Expert Says Measure 1 is a Threat to End-of-Life Care in North Dakota – printed in the Grand Forks Herald

Steven Morrison: Amendment could trump N.D.’s end-of-life statutes As printed in the Grand Forks Herald By Steven Morrison on Aug 17, 2014 at 4:55 a.m. In response, supporters of Measure 1, ND Choose Life, produced a document purporting to correct my “misleading representations.” Let’s take a closer look. Should it become part of our state constitution, Measure 1 […]

Join us on the Riverboat for a Fundraiser!

Join us August 24th, 2014 for a beautiful Sunset Cruise on the historic Lewis and Clark Riverboat! Come enjoy drinks, appetizers and musical entertainment while we tour the beautiful Missouri River to support North Dakotans Against Measure 1. The cruise will depart at 8pm and return at 9:30pm. Tickets are $75 per person and spots […]

Confusion Over the Impacts of Measure 1

As printed in the Bismarck Tribune on August 12th By Reverend Gretchen Deeg When it comes to Measure 1, things just don’t add up. According to an article in Saturday’s Tribune, we’ll soon find in our mailboxes a “white paper,” which claims to not express “an opinion in favor or against the proposed amendment” but […]

Story Fixes Opinion on Measure 1

As printed in the Dickinson Press on August 11th By Brandon Marback I found the Forum News Service article “North Dakota personhood amendment backers respond to end-of-life-claims” on Friday incredibly helpful and it sealed my vote on Measure 1. It showed me that lawyers on both sides of the issue have their own opinions on how […]

Reverend Cassiday-Maloney States End-of-Life Case Decisions Are At Risk if Measure 1 Passes- Printed in the Fargo Forum

As printed in the Fargo Forum July 12th, 2014 End-of-Life Decisions Threatened Measure 1 on the November ballot in North Dakota would add the following sentence as an amendment to the constitution of North Dakota: “The inalienable right to life of every human being at any stage of development must be recognized and protected.” As […]