(Bismarck, ND) -- North Dakota lawmakers are set to investigate a one-point-eight million dollar building lease cost overrun in the Attorney General's office.
Attorney General Drew Wrigley told the Legislature's Budget Section Tuesday that he learned of the problem in March and that it happened before he was appointed. The Budget Section approved two interim legislative committees to look into the lease.
Wrigley took office in February to fill out the remaining term of Wayne Stenehjem, who died January 28th. Wrigley is up for election to a full term in November.