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A commencement speech by U.S. Rep. Kevin Cramer this month linking legalized abortion with school shootings has attracted the attention of an Internet media outlet. Cramer’s speech was highlighted in a Huffington Post article published Thursday.
The Spirit Lake Nation has endured a great deal of scrutiny and harsh commentary over the past year concerning the safety of its children. Rep. Kevin Cramer's remarks and a new PBS documentary draw eyes again to the reservation.
North Dakota’s freshman Democratic Sen. Heidi Heitkamp said Friday she supports marriage equality for same-sex partners, making her the highest-profile elected official in the state to back gay marriage.
The Spirit Lake Tribal Council issued a statement Friday harshly criticizing comments attributed earlier this week to Rep. Kevin Cramer, R-N.D., regarding the protection of women and children on the reservation, including that he reportedly wanted to “(w)ring the Tribal Council’s neck and slam them against the wall.”
Rep. Kevin Cramer told a gathering of victim-assistance professionals from the state’s American Indian reservations in Bismarck on Tuesday that he would not feel “safe” on reservations because of new provisions in the Violence Against Women Act, according to one official who was present.
North Dakota and Minnesota’s congressional delegations offered mixed reactions Wednesday to President Barack Obama’s call for sweeping changes to address gun violence in the wake of the Newtown, Conn., school shooting a month ago, but all agreed it’s time for a comprehensive look at the issue.
“The Herald’s Dec. 2 story on U.S. Rep.-elect Kevin Cramer, R-N.D., leaves me wondering if every person who voted for him really knew what was in the whole package (‘“God put it there for us,”’ Page C2).”
Kevin Cramer will join an overwhelming majority of Republican members of Congress who have signed a pledge vowing not to raise taxes. According to Americans for Tax Reform, only six House Republicans haven’t signed the pledge of Grover Norquist’s anti-tax group.
North Dakota Republican Kevin Cramer not only supports the production of domestic coal, oil and natural gas; the incoming freshman House member believes it’s a moral responsibility. “In my view, it would be immoral to leave it there,” Cramer told the Lignite Energy Council at an October event in Bismarck. “God put it there for us,” he said.
Hannah Northey and Manuel Quinones
, December 01, 2012
Forum Communications' poll projects Democrat Pam Gulleson trailing Republican Kevin Cramer with 32 percent of voters compared to his 52 percent. Her campaign said its internal polling shows she is less than 10 percentage points behind.
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