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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

"Actually solving problems is counter-productive for Republicans," Bismarck resident Mike Quinn writes. "Republicans don’t sell solutions, they sell fear."
"The work of the Minnesota Department of Health has shifted throughout the pandemic, but our goal has remained the same: making sure Minnesotans have the information and tools to keep themselves safe," writes Commissioner Jan Malcolm of the Minnesota Department of Health.
"Transitioning to a production method that is not reliant on synthetic fertilizers can be accomplished strategically over three to five years," writes Steve Thompson, executive director of the National Center for Appropriate Technology.
Nevis, Minn. resident Tom Kovach calls for jail time for Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas and President Joe Biden.

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Moorhead resident Julie Henderson proposes moving the Fargo Moorhead Community Theatre into the Fargo Civic Center.
"In North Dakota, 98.8% of businesses are small according to SBA guidelines and employ over 50% of the state’s workforce," writes Alan Haut, North Dakota's district director for the Small Business Administration. "I want to thank area small businesses for their devotion to their businesses, their trades, their employees and their communities."
"You may be wondering what manicuring, facials, waxing, and nail care have to do with hair care and the answer is nothing," writes Martha Njolomole is an economist at Center of the American Experiment. "This does not stop the Board of Cosmetology from requiring this extra education, however."
"With my leadership, the entire metro area will be undergoing a housing study. We will have data on housing supply and demand," writes Fargo City Commissioner Arlette Preston. "I am committed to a comprehensive housing strategy that uses all our tools to target housing development that is affordable to all, including that 'missing middle' priced housing."
Fargo resident Denis Richardson shares his feelings after reading about the 10-year-old girl killed in Wisconsin.
"Most people on welfare spend their time improving themselves, overcoming unforeseen life situations, addiction and a host of other things that are often beyond their control," writes Otter Tail County resident David Hanson. "I for one, do not like people who abuse the system any more than anyone else, but for me it’s the numbers that trounce any negative emotional bias I may hold."

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"The important thing to remember is when people are in active addiction, their addiction will create any possible means to avoid getting help," writes Mark Jacobson of Winona, Minn. "Their disease justifies, rationalizes and creates false scenarios to escape the sad reality."
West Fargo resident Tammy Deisler shares her frustration with the new process for sending mail to North Dakota inmates.
"The top priority for government and business should be protecting working people’s lives," writes North Dakota AFL-CIO president Landis Larson. "Unfortunately, we see time and time again that for North Dakota's government and business leaders, that is not the case."

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