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Port writes: Marijuana is already everywhere. It's in your city. It's in your neighborhood. People you know are already using it. It's time to end the costly, pointless charade of trying to prohibit it.
If we are going to keep up with China, the U.S. will have to build off North Dakota’s success story.
"I don't know that this gives the state the stability it has had in the past," Kent French, an activist who was a pioneer in using North Dakota's petitioning process to enact reforms, including term limits for members of Congress, said on this episode of Plain Talk.
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"Last week, I experienced two widely different new experiences on the same day: witnessing my first harvest of a new crop and watching Elizabeth at her first state golf meet in a new sport."
“We felt it important to voice together our concerns about this measure,” said North Dakota Farmers Union President Mark Watne in a statement his group released jointly with the NDFB. “At Farmers Union, we have longstanding policy that opposes term limits because they are a limitation on the rights of citizens to choose and elect their public officials. Term limits also put more power into the hands of professional lobbyists and career bureaucrats.”
State Rep. Mike Nathe joined this episode of Plain Talk to discuss a proposal he's backing to reduce North Dakota's property taxes with Legacy Fund revenues. Also, co-host Chad Oban and I discuss the latest news from the congressional races, including all the new polling.
Why should anyone believe Republicans when they talk about things like values and principles when the GOP consistently promotes cretins like these?
A book by former Republican Congressman Denver Riggleman reveals that Attorney General Drew Wrigley, North Dakota's U.S. attorney at the time, proposed strategies to “Stop the Steal” that went to Sen. Kevin Cramer and from there straight to the White House.
The week had plenty of ceremony, as well as a big football win on Saturday.

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The skies are blue and the leaves are beginning to turn from green to autumn gold.
I hate that Cara Mund has been abused in this way, but it's not a problem specific to her, nor does the news help voters decide who would best represent them in Congress.
There sure are a lot of liberals and Democrats working very hard to elect to Congress someone who claims she would vote for Republican leadership there. Don't actions speak louder than words?

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