8/23: North Dakota is asking a federal judge to throw out lawsuits from tribes, claiming they have no right to sue over the state's voter ID law.
8/8: Although election integrity measures such as voter ID requirements are often presented as a partisan issue, they should not be.
7/31: An appeals court ruled that North Dakota's voter ID laws don't discriminate against Native Americans in the state.
1/8: North Dakota is asking a federal court to dismiss a lawsuit by tribal nations who believe the state's voter ID laws are discriminatory.
11/3: Senator Heidi Heitkamp and other North Dakota Democrats are repeating a claim that voters may lose out-of-state hunting licenses if they vote in the midterms.
11/1: A judge decided that North Dakota's voter ID laws do not discriminate against the Native American population.
10/10: The Supreme Court chose not to toss out a verdict that enables North Dakota to enforce their voter ID laws.
10/9: The Supreme Court ruled 6 to 2 in favor of North Dakota's voter ID laws.
10/1: North Dakota will require residents to provide a street address when voting, including residents of the state's three American Indian reservations, where street addresses are rare.
9/24: A federal appellate court upheld a voter ID law in North Dakota, meaning voters must show ID when going to the polls.