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68 Facts About North Dakota
4. North Dakota has the world's largest cow statue, Salem Sue, which stands more than 38 feet high.
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8. The University of North Dakota competes in collegiate ice hockey, winning National Collegiate Athletic Association championships seven times, most recently in 2000.
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13. In 2006, North Dakota ranked 48th population in the United States with an estimated total of 635,867 residents.
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31. North Dakota is one of the most rural states in the United States, with over half of its population living outside metropolitan areas.
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34. North Dakota lies in the northwestern continental interior of the United States.
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37. North Dakota is the coldest state in the contiguous United States.
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49. North Dakota usually ranks No 1 in the nation when it comes to sunflower production, but wet weather and flooding had it coming in second behind South Dakota in both 2011 and 2013.
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55. The current Lieutenant Governor of North Dakota is Brent Sanford, who is the President of the Senate.
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56. North Dakota expanded Medicaid in 2014, and its health insurance exchange is the federal site, HealthCare.
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67. North Dakota is a Midwestern state of the United States.
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