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President Donald Trump is calling for the end of what he's dubbed the "death tax," calling it a "tremendous burden" for family farmers and other businesses....

     WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump is calling for the end of what he's dubbed the "death tax," calling it a "tremendous burden" for family farmers and other businesses. Trump says during a tax speech in Mandan, North Dakota that he will not allow the death tax to "crush the American dream."
     He's pointing to Julie Ellingson, a fourth-generation rancher who owns a cattle ranch with her husband. The White House says she's concerned about how the estate tax may affect her children when they inherit the operation. The White House tax goals released in April include repealing the estate tax, which applies to people with estates worth more than $5.49 million.
    Trump also highlighted the presence of North Dakota's Democratic Senator Heidi Heitkamp at a tax speech and calling on Democrats to support his plan. Trump brought the state's congressional delegation along with him on Air Force One and at one point invited them up on stage.
     Trump turned to Heitkamp and told her, "Everybody's saying, what's she doing up here?" Trump says he hopes to get her support on the plan he's pushing to cut business and personal income taxes and simplify the tax code. Trump says he wants and needs the lawmakers' support, and is heaping them with praise. He says, "They're all in good company together."

     GRAND FORKS, N.D. (AP) - Grand Forks police say they've made an arrest in a stabbing at an apartment earlier this week. Authorities are recommending charges of attempted murder, aggravated assault, burglary and criminal trespass against a 29-year-old man.  A man and woman were stabbed at the apartment on Monday. Their conditions haven't been released. Police said today a citizen tip about a suspicious person seen entering the apartment building led to the man's arrest.


     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - Hurricane Harvey has impacted the pace of negotiations between the builder of the Dakota Access oil pipeline and North Dakota regulators investigating potential violations of state rules during construction. Regulators say attorney negotiations have continued but Texas-based Energy Transfer Partners also has been busy with hurricane response. ETP is based in Dallas but has facilities on the Gulf Coast. The company dedicated about 1,000 employees to a hurricane response team.

     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - The University of Mary in Bismarck says it's welcoming its largest incoming class in the history of the school, North Dakota's only private Catholic university.
     More than 600 new students began classes at the main campus today, the first day of school. That's 13 percent more than last year. University officials say the students are coming from 36 states, two Canadian provinces and seven countries. Overall enrollment at Mary currently stands at about 3,200 students, an increase of nearly 5 percent since last year.
     Besides the traditional four-year degree option, the university offers a year-round option that enables students to earn a bachelor's degree in about two and a-half years and a bachelor and master's degree in four years.


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