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Pushback? I suspect, in the end, the deal will stand.

North Dakota Attorney General Intervenes After Bill Gates Buys A Massive Amount Farmland In the state

“The Corporate or Limited Liability Company Farming Law has certain exceptions, such as permitting registered family farms or allowing the use of the land for business purposes,” the letter from the AG continued.

Corporations that are in violations of this law will have a year to divest themselves of the land and are subject to a civil fine of $100,000.

“Our office needs to confirm how your company uses this land and whether this use meets any of the statutory exceptions, such as business purpose exceptions…”

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Garsco 8 June 23
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Since the start of the 20th century there has been a steady creep of deference to corporations over individuals. The Supreme Court granted corporations the status of "artificial person" and then the individual persons have been losing status in society ever since. We need to amend the Constitution to make the rights of individuals apply only to individuals and corporations will only have the rights of their constituent members.

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North Dakota was among the few Red States that managed to stay unaffected by Leftism. Gates clearly has the state in his crosshairs now.

I hope that there are more states joining. There ought not to be such a concentration of corporate farming anywhere!

@ScottforKing Agreed. Not just that. Gates' employees and families bring Leftism with them, and eventually change patriotic communities into Leftist enclaves, just as has happened in Colorado communities like Aspen and Denver.

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