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Cases - liberty and pursuit of happiness
  1. State ex rel. Goodsill v. Woodmanse, 1 N.D. 246, 46 N.W. 970, (N.D. 1890)
  2. State v. Fargo Bottling Works Co., 124 N.W. 387 (1910)
  3. Moody v. Hagen, 162 N.W. 704 (N.D. 1917)
  4. Cofman v. Ousterhous, 40 N.D. 390, 168 N.W. 826, 1918 N.D. LEXIS 91 (N.D. 1918)
  5. State ex rel. Germain v. Ross, 170 N.W. 121 (N.D. 1918)
  6. State ex rel. Bismarck v. District Court, 253 N.W. 744 (1934)
  7. State v. Cromwell, 9 N.W.2d 914 (N.D. 1943)
  8. Tayloe v. City of Wahpeton, 62 N.W.2d 31 (N.D. 1953)
  9. State v. Odegaard, 165 N.W.2d 677 (N.D. 1969)
  10. Rosen v. Bismarck, 181 N.W.2d 722 (N.D. 1970)
  11. Johnson v. Elkin, 263 N.W.2d 123, (N.D. 1978)
  12. State v. Goetz, 312 N.W.2d 1, (N.D. 1981)
Cases - bearing arms
  1. State v. Ricehill, 415 N.W.2d 481 (N.D. 1987)
  2. Keller v. Keller, 2017 ND 119
Convention References
  1. Journal p. 74
Prior Versions
Parallel Provisions
  1. U.S. Const. amend. II (“A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”)
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Sec. 1. All individuals are by nature equally free and independent and have certain inalienable rights, among which are those of enjoying and defending life and liberty; acquiring, possessing and protecting property and reputation; pursuing and obtaining safety and happiness; and to keep and bear arms for the defense of their person, family, property, and the state, and for lawful hunting, recreational, and other lawful purposes, which shall not be infringed.

[Amended Nov. 6, 1984 (S.L. 1985, ch. 702)]

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