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Letters

Rorvig writes, "The 2022 legislative session ran from Jan. 31 to May 23. Yet, these legislators say they ran out of time to accomplish tax cuts, and to address infrastructure bonding, transportation needs, and increased crime. Just how much time do they need to finish the job?"
Gleye writes, "Many people receive their first impression of Fargo at the airport, and the terminal building’s current design, with its drab colors and work-a-day character, doesn’t do much to present the city in a positive light."
Sims writes, "It is disturbing that the pro-choice people are not troubled morally with the many abortions that have nothing to do with health. It seems they are not bothered in the least about whether an unborn child is viable outside the womb."
Linderman writes, "Hennen and Hulett claim the committee is Democrats out to get Donald Trump. The fact is most of the damning testimony is from Republicans, including former Attorney General Bill Barr and former Trump appointees from the Justice Department and the White House itself."
Holz writes, "I don’t care if you belong to a party or are independent. This isn't a competition."
Seaberg writes about reports of a 10-year-old rape victim from Indiana who recently had to travel to Ohio for an abortion.

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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."
Kooyer writes, "Even though considered protected free speech by the U.S. Supreme Court, usurping our collective, beloved, enduring emblem of democracy for the purposes of making a political statement is something in which thoughtful Americans of good character simply do not engage."
Martin writes, "Our Jan. 6th Capitol riot is a dark and dismal day in recent history. The day was bad enough and our reaction is worse."
Carpenter writes, "My attitude toward political involvement has changed, for a lot of reasons. One reason is that I have gotten to the age where I’m thinking more about the world that I am leaving to my children and grandchildren."
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."

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