The senate must be composed of not less than forty nor more than fifty-four members, and the house of representatives must be composed of not less than eighty nor more than one hundred eight members. These houses are jointly designated as the legislative assembly of the state of North Dakota. The place that the legislative assembly plays in the government of the state was expressed by the Supreme Court early in the state’s history. Justice Alfred Wallin wrote in 1893: “As to this it will suffice to say that all governmental sovereign power is vested in the...
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