Crises requires legislature to change
From its vantage point on the edge of the oil patch, the Bismarck Tribune recently called for more vigorous action by state and county governments to cope with the housing crisis throughout western North Dakota.
"The state or counties should find a flat piece of ground," the Tribune wrote, "and bring in power, portable toilets and water, create lots, lay gravel for trails between spaces and, in general, establish temporary parks and tent villages."
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