What’s going on in North Dakota?

September 20, 2013

Imagine you’re a guest on the International Space Station, peeking out the window over the vast expanse of America at night. You can see the bright lights of the I-95 corridor, major cities in the Midwest and the South, and the population centers along the I-5 corridor on the West Coast.

In the middle, there aren’t many lights — except in North Dakota. Why is that? We stopped by Post TV’s In Play to explain.

Reid Wilson covers national politics and Congress for The Washington Post. He is the author of Read In, The Post’s morning tip sheet on politics.
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