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Letters

"In 2022, is it necessary for The Forum to publish the antiquated ramblings of every octogenarian religious goofball?" asks Albany, Ore. resident Steve Thiel.
James Ferragut, a special ed para-educator for Fargo Public Schools, encourages the North Dakota Legislature to use Legacy Funds to "create an exemplary public education model."
"The schools that supported three-class basketball just don’t seem to matter," Wahpeton resident Jeff Ralph writes.
Mike Rachow of Fargo writes, "Every Democrat-leaning person in their precinct (dead or alive) gets a mail-in ballot. The Republicans, apparently, learned nothing from 2020. While the Republicans ran

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Donald F. Johnson of Moorhead writes, "in two years of service as congresswoman she has yet to hold a public open forum in her district that is open to all comers, and has been guarded in media
Carl Young, executive director of FASD - North Dakota, writes that some of the "behaviors" exhibited in schools today are symptoms of disorders such as Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder that can't be
Timothy J. Kloberdanz, a retired professor of anthropology and folklore at NDSU, writes, "based on my re-reading of the New Testament, the full Christmas story is not so idyllic and tranquil. This
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
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
Jeff Olson, president and CEO of Dakota Credit Union Association, writes, "This anti-consumer piece of legislation allows merchants to choose which card network to process a transaction, which means

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George Sanderson of Moorhead responds to Jim Shaw's column "Former area teachers say they left profession feeling exhausted, unsupported"
Carl Wannemacher of Perham, Minn., responds to a recent column by Mike Hulett.
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."

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