Edward TJ Brown of Parkers Prairie, Minn., writes, "Sometimes you have to pick your battles and there are many, more pressing challenges impacting the rights of LGBTQ people than having to shop around for a wedding web page designer. "
Port: Armstrong and Hoeven say they'd still back Trump for president, Cramer doesn't answer the question
If there's some red line that Trump could cross, some depth he could stoop to in words or action, that would cost him the support of North Dakota's delegation, he doesn't seem to have crossed it yet.
Melissa Sobolik, CEO of the Great Plains Food Bank, writes that area students "brought in more than 80,000 pounds of food and more than $20,000 to help feed children, seniors and families in need during a critical time"
Letter: ND's trigger law does not make exceptions for ectopic pregnancies based on its definition of abortion
Dr. Ana Tobiasz writes, "No one is arguing that miscarriage care should not be affected by the trigger law. The problems arise due to confusion about the law."
Letter: Sens. Cramer and Hoeven once again choose out-of-state CEOs over hard working North Dakotans
Landis Larson, president of North Dakota AFL-CIO, writes, "The North Dakota AFL-CIO condemns Sen. Hoeven's and Sen. Cramer's vote against seven days sick leave for railroad workers. Our senators had the opportunity to make life better for the thousands of rail workers in North Dakota, and once again they chose to pad the profits of out-of-state CEOs and shareholders."
Concordia employees Michael Chan and Eric Johnson recap a recent community conversation held at the college's Lorentzen Center about the criminal justice system.
Ken Glidden of Bemidji, Minn., writes, "When the right to take the life of a baby in the womb, called abortion, is the rallying cry that that turns people out to vote, America has lost its moral compass and is spinning out of control."
Columnist Scott Hennen takes time to be thankful for the local community's generosity.