G.F. Herald: "The U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee has voted to advance the nomination of Devils Lake attorney Daniel Traynor to be U.S. District Judge for North Dakota. President Donald Trump nominated Traynor for the position in August after it was vacated by semi-retired Judge Daniel Hovland."
G.F. Herald: "The average person would hope to be long into retirement by age 92, but not Judge Richard Goldberg. The Fargo native who sits on the U.S. Court of International Trade has been going strong in the position for 29 years."
Bloomberg News: "Making the judiciary’s electronic filings free to the public without an alternative funding source likely would result in steep court fee increases for litigants and hinder access to justice due to cost, a federal judge told a congressional panel Sept. 26."
WZFG News: "Senator John Hoeven [Sept. 25] introduced Daniel Traynor, who has been nominated to serve as a U.S. District Court Judge for North Dakota, at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing to review his nomination."