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Letters

The expanded Child Tax Credit (CTC) needs to be restored. Research on the spending habits of those who received payments indicates that the money went for necessities, like food and childcare.
"China is nothing but a mischievous pussycat," writes Lloyd Omdahl in his most recent column in the Herald.
Did anyone ever think about offering that same space to an American company like Costco?
Under China's Communist Party dictatorship, private companies are forced to bend to the government's will.
Once again, thanks to our faculty, staff, students, alumni, families and friends, as well as the community of Crookston.
As a behavioral health industry, we must build capacity to serve the need: attracting new providers, expanding workforce, investing in prevention, and reducing barriers to care.

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U.S. Sen. Kevin Cramer is leading the way in North Dakota on realistic environmental solutions. The senator played a critical role in negotiations that went into the Senate passing the Growing Climate Solutions Act.
Please, please heed the letters to the editor written by Duane Hanson and Jason Patrick
They do not have enough attendants to take money, nobody directing people where to park, and for the recent PBR bull-riding event we never saw one person directing how to exit.
I want to thank area small businesses for their devotion to their businesses, their trades, their employees, and their communities.
Current gas prices show us that America needs an all-of-the-above energy strategy to address our nation’s energy needs, and North Dakota is leading the way.
Mr. Nelson clearly has no practical understanding of how Human Intelligence (HUMINT) and Signal Intelligence (SIGINT) information is actually gathered.

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