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Public Policy Tipoffs Involving North Dakota Newsletter for Sunday May 17, 2020 ( 3 items )  

Adam Jorgensen Named ACLU of Wyoming Digital Media Associate
CHEYENNE, Wyoming, May 12 -- The American Civil Liberties Union of Wyoming issued the following news release: Adam Jorgensen has been named digital media associate for the ACLU of Wyoming, North Dakota and South Dakota. In his new role, Jorgensen develops and manages the cross-platform digital communications and social media strategy for the three states and is responsible for generating content that is engaging, up-to-date and results in measurable action. He also designs and produces online   more

Microsoft Donates Thousands of Mask Mates to Sanford Health
SIOUX FALLS, South Dakota, May 13 -- Sanford Health issued the following news: The COVID-19 pandemic has had a way of bringing people, and companies, together. This rings particularly true in Fargo, North Dakota. Recently, volunteers from Microsoft's Fargo campus donated 2,000 3-D mask mates to Sanford Health's Fargo campuses. A mask mate allows nurses to tie masks around their head instead of their ears, which can be painful if worn for an extended period of time. The two ear loops hook onto  more

Sanford Health: Hospitalist Treats COVID-19 Patients for 18 Days in a Row
SIOUX FALLS, South Dakota, May 14 -- Sanford Health issued the following news: For 18 days straight, Dr. Christopher Pribula worked in the COVID-19 unit of Sanford Broadway Medical Center in Fargo, North Dakota. His shifts each day ranged from eight hours to 14. But the long shifts and consecutive days didn't stop the hospitalist from providing the utmost care for patients, and neither did fear. "I spent more time trying to educate myself and the people around me about what I was finding simp  more