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Letters

Kotrba writes, "I believe more research and resources are needed if we’re ever to see a cure for all sorts of conditions, including genetic disorders like Huntington's disease. That’s why I’m disappointed by Congress’ latest attempts to pass Medicare negotiation policies in the next reconciliation package."
Ideas and opinions in this letter are those of the writer and do not necessarily reflect the stance of this paper. The author of this letter has paid for its placement. In the wake of the vote in Kansas this week, to keep the state legislature’s role in abortion care, as one that sets parameters lacks the capacity to outright ban the procedure, I have been asked about the process to put such a measure on the North Dakota ballot.
Allan Dalton, senior vice president of the Berkshire Hathaway Home Services real estate global network, writes about his recent trip to Fargo-Moorhead.
Eskeli writes, "Add the Republican Party to the list of Trump’s other failures and bankruptcies: casino, university, vodka, airline, steaks, resorts, hotels and other questionable financial losses. And, most significantly, the failure of his presidency."

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Francis writes, "Apparently, Hoeven and Cramer must either be out of touch with the cost of insulin or they just don't care about people, including those who live here in North Dakota, who rely on insulin to survive."
Sanderson comments on the FBI's recent raid of former President Trump's Mar-A-Lago mansion.
Schaan writes, "These horses are an unrecognized cultural resource for North Dakota and we need to do what we can to save them."
Kyllo writes, "The fact that Trump is a former president does not make him immune to the laws of this country or investigations when evidence suggests that criminal offenses may have occurred."  
Connor writes, "If someone does not want to recite the Pledge of Allegiance that is their right, but just shut up and don't try to force your rights on someone who does respect and love our flag."
Wehler writes, "I am all for a blending of cultures, but too much has been made about the use of the word "God," whether capitalized or not."

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Hulse writes, "Whether anyone reading this is a 'Democrat, Republican, Conservative or Independent,' we should all be concerned when so many Americans of voting age demonstrate the effects of propaganda—that is, parroting phrases verbatim crafted by the spin doctors for democratic destruction."
McMahon is replying to a letter critical of vaccines.
Kovach writes, "It is a sad state of affairs when people must fear their own government enforcement agencies."

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