No Visible Changes Set For ND Capitol Security

(Bismarck, ND) — The North Dakota Highway Patrol says it won’t be making “any visible changes” at the state Capitol after supporters of President Trump broke through police barricades and stormed the U.S. Capitol this week. Sergeant Tim Coughlin said yesterday that adequate security measures are in place at the state Capitol, so no changes are needed right now. He isn’t commenting on whether Highway Patrol has met to discuss security procedures. The state Capitol has one public entrance, where visitors go through an x-ray machine and metal detector.

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