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Washington — A decades-long debate over hunting, private property and trespass may be nearing an end in North Dakota, one of the few places in the US where fenced land is open to outsiders unless signs declare otherwise.

Legislators are closing in on a compromise that, if passed, would tweak the laws governing the flat, wind-swept prairie lands of the state, one of the country’s largest agricultural producers, as early as mid-April...

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