Parents aim for vote to push back school start in North Dakota
Published 08/17/2013, INFORUM
MANDAN, N.D. – The start of the school year in North Dakota could get pushed until after Labor Day if a group of parents gets its wish. Parents from the Bismarck-Mandan area plan a news conference Monday afternoon to announce efforts to gather signatures for a November 2014 ballot measure requiring North Dakota schools to start after Labor Day.Word count: 334
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