(Bismarck, ND) — The North Dakota Senate is advancing a bill that would bar foreign governments and businesses they control from purchasing agricultural land in the state. Foreign government entities would also be banned from acquiring or holding interest in North Dakota agricultural land. The bill passed on a 47 to nothing vote. The bill is headed for a hearing in the House Agricultural Committee
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