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"Throughout North Dakota’s pro-life laws you see terms 'reasonable medical judgment' and 'professional judgement' to inform and protect doctors who act in the best interests of their patients," writes InForum columnist Bette Grande. "These laws are not threatening or chilling to doctors unless someone is looking for an excuse."
"The child care industry has been subsidizing early care and education on the backs of teachers through low wages and by burdening parents with tuition rates that just keep climbing," writes Kay Heidrich, director of Trinity Lutheran Church Preschool. "This needs to stop. Our system is broken and needs to be fixed."
From failed coups to deleted emails, "we're covering several topics today because I lack focus to concentrate on just one; evidence, I fear, of our species' plummeting IQ scores as documented in recent studies," Tony Bender writes
InForum cartoonist Trygve Olson marks Steve Swiontek's return to the North Dakota House of Representatives.
In today's cartoon Trygve Olson comments on the future of the Moorhead Center Mall.
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The proposed Respect for Marriage Act, "does not respect marriage," Moorhead resident Ken Sims writes. "This bill will enshrine a false definition of marriage everywhere and will threaten the religious beliefs of many Americans."
Deborah K. Seaberg of Detroit Lakes, Minn., responds to a writer asking for the release of President Biden's tax returns.
Tom Kovach from Nevis, Minn., responds to the Supreme Court ruling that former President Trump must turn over his tax returns.
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"It's going to be painful, but Republicans can't just turn away from Trump. Republicans have to lead their people away from Trumpism and the morass of conspiracy-addled grievance and unvarnished racism it has become," Rob Port writes.
Ann Bailey explains why she's thankful for agriculture in professional and personal life.

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Charles Dow, the Humana Medicare president for North Dakota, urges readers to "conduct a personal assessment to identify the type of plan for your unique health needs."
"Does North Dakota really want women with complicated pregnancies to suffer? Does North Dakota really want a critical shortage of qualified obstetricians and to imprison doctors?" columnist Jim Shaw asks. "The legislature must act."
"I recently asked Lynn Helms, North Dakota Department of Mineral Resources Director for the facts that rarely get reported," columnist Scott Hennen writes. "Helms tells us there is a full-on assault against our oil and gas industry in North Dakota coming from the Biden Administration."

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