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Salonen writes, "While in the midst of wedding season, it seems a good time to review this foundational truth."
Backer writes, "Without a doubt, we’ve had our challenges. We’ve made a few mistakes, some serious and painful, along the way. Through it all, we’ve persevered; we’ve learned and become better. And we won’t stop learning and becoming better."
The 2022 harvest has begun in my little garden. Suffice it to say, it's not even a supplement to what we buy at the grocery store, but it's nice to have something.
InForum cartoonist Trygve Olson designs the packaging for this year's Independence Day fireworks.
In today's cartoon, Steve Stark addresses the Supreme Court's repeal of Roe v. Wade.
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"What’s wonderfully ironic about the Democrats’ tyrannical show trial' is they may unintentionally guarantee a Republican presidential win in 2024," writes InForum columnist Mike Hulett.
If our congressional delegation isn't paying attention to the Jan. 6 committee, if they're dismissive of its revelations, then they are derelict in their duties to our state, and our country.
This ruling "increases the odds that you're going to see carbon capture on some of our projects," says Jason Bohrer, president of the North Dakota Lignite Energy Council.
Jacobs writes, "If it is illegal to intentionally terminate a pregnancy, how will law enforcement know if a miscarriage is intentional or not?"
Richardson writes, "When the IRS questions it, you tell them the pregnancy is a living baby according to many state laws. Thus, you can definitely claim a dependent."
The Supreme Court has not said that abortion is illegal. The court has said that Americans can set abortion policy for themselves through elections and legislative acts. The Supreme Court has not said that the EPA can never regulate carbon emissions, only that Congress didn't give that federal agency the authority to do what it was doing.

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"Overturning federal protections that provide access to health care, the right to marry, the right to live out one’s sexual orientation, the right to define one’s own gender may make us feel better because of our interpretation of scripture. But in reality, what it does is put lives in jeopardy, impoverish the already impoverished, reduce human dignity, further marginalize the marginalized, alienate those already upset with the church’s hypocrisy and continues to splinter the body of Christ."
Omdahl writes, "Congress has been appropriating less and less money for the IRS until all the agency has is a skeleton force and makes me wait at least two months for my refund. In reality, it is cheating the system because billions of tax dollars escape every year, leaving those of us in the middle class paying more than our share."
"Across Agweek Country, hundreds of farmers, ranchers and other agriculturalists are deciding whether this will be their last full-time year in ag. They still enjoy what they do, but they also realize it might be time to step back."

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