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KELLY ARMSTRONG

If our congressional delegation isn't paying attention to the Jan. 6 committee, if they're dismissive of its revelations, then they are derelict in their duties to our state, and our country.
Senator Kevin Cramer said he would back another run for President by Donald Trump.
On this episode of Plain Talk, North Dakota Congressman Kelly Armstrong answers questions about gun rights and gun control, and Bakken Energy CEO Mike Hopkins talks about his company's progress toward building a hydrogen hub that will use North Dakota natural gas.
Here's a look at the fundraising reports for North Dakota's federal candidates.

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On this episode three committed baseball nerds — Congressman Kelly Armstrong, Chad Oban, and Rob Port — talk about their favorite sport at the dawn of a new season.
The legislation, named the "Burial Equity for Guards and Reserves Act," allows members of the National Guard and reserve to be eligible for burial in state veterans cemeteries without the cemetery losing funds from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
It's worth remembering that all three members of North Dakota's federal delegation -- Sens. John Hoever and Kevin Cramer and Congressman Kelly Armstrong -- voted to certify the election.
The delegation was virtually in lockstep in their remarks when it came to North Dakota’s role in energy production, and how partnerships with industry leaders, researchers and policymakers can drive energy production forward.
Campbell Dorsey, a senior at Red River, was nominated to the academy in November by Rep. Kelly Armstrong, R-N.D.
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The Democratic-controlled U.S. House of Representatives passed the "Freedom to Vote: John R. Lewis Act" on Thursday along party lines. Rep. Kelly Armstrong, R-N.D., and Rep. Michelle Fischbach, R-Minn., voted against the bill, which faces a much harder path in the gridlocked Senate.
A mandate would affect tens of millions of American workers.
Shaw writes, "Some recent votes in Congress remind us that democracy is very much under siege. Those votes dealt with voting rights and the alarming Jan. 6 attack."

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