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09.18.20

Hoeven Announces Two DOJ Grants to North Dakota Groups

Senator John Hoeven, a member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, today announced that the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), through the Office of Justice Programs, has awarded the following grants: $437,957 to the North Dakota Attorney General's Office. This grant will be used to support state and local law enforcement crime prevention and response programs and initiatives including training, equipment and supplies, personnel, technical assistance and information systems. $99,000 to t… Continue Reading


09.18.20

Hoeven Announces Funding for Pathfinder Services of ND Inc.

Senator John Hoeven, a member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, today announced that the U.S. Department of Education has awarded $200,000 to Pathfinder Services of North Dakota, Inc. in Minot. This grant was made available under the Parent Training and Information Centers Program and will be used to provide information and training opportunities for parents of children with disabilities. "This grant will ensure Pathfinder Services is able to continue providing resources that help parent… Continue Reading


09.18.20

Hoeven Presses FERC Nominees to Ensure a Fair Value for Coal as Reliable Source of Baseload Power

Senator John Hoeven this week stressed to Mark Christie and Allison Clements, nominees to serve on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), the essential role of baseload power in supporting the affordability and reliability of the grid. The senator highlighted recent issues with rolling blackouts in California due to the lack of fuel diversity in its electricity generation, and accordingly, urged the nominees to ensure a fair value for baseload power sources like coal that are available… Continue Reading