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North Dakota Fireworks Law Changes for New Year's

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FARGO, ND - Summer fireworks sales have drawn enthusiasts to stores for years, and now a new North Dakota bill will allow stores to begin selling the popular pyrotechnics as soon as this week. That's good news for people looking to ring in the new year with a bang.

The new bill permits the sale of fireworks to state residents during a special sales window from December 26 through January 1. David Reuter of Memory Fireworks says it's a good chance for people to pick up supplies they may forgotten during the Independence Day holiday.

"I've talked to quite a few people throughout Fargo that were glad to hear we're open because they usually stock up on the Fourth to have stuff for the New Year's [sic] to light off," Reuter said. "Part of the reason we wanted to do this is just to give the customers the opportunity to not have to do that."

Memory Fireworks plans to open nine of their locations from 9:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. through New Year's day.

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