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KEVIN CRAMER

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If there's some red line that Trump could cross, some depth he could stoop to in words or action, that would cost him the support of North Dakota's delegation, he doesn't seem to have crossed it yet.
Grant will fund research into developing high bandwidth onboard wireless technology for spaceflight
Columnist Jim Shaw offers critical remarks after North Dakota Sens. John Hoeven and Kevin Cramer voted against the Respect for Marriage Act. "Hoeven and Cramer are using religion as a cover to justify bigotry and discrimination," Shaw writes. "History will not be on their side."
"It's going to be painful, but Republicans can't just turn away from Trump. Republicans have to lead their people away from Trumpism and the morass of conspiracy-addled grievance and unvarnished racism it has become," Rob Port writes.
"At this point, opposition seems more about obstinance than principle," Rob Port writes.
Sens. John Hoeven and Kevin Cramer cited concerns about infringement of religious freedom in their votes against enshrining gay marriage rights in federal law.

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The NDGOP, like Republican organizations across the nation, has to take some responsibility for Trump. There's no question. He represents a stain the party will have to wear for a while. But North Dakota's Republicans haven't gone in for the worst of Trumpism, and that's why they had a better election night than many Republicans did.
The Infrastructure IJA is a worthwhile investment in hard infrastructure. And unlike the assertion ‘every penny is borrowed,’ this law is fully paid for without raising taxes while repurposing unused COVID spending.
The leaders from the four parties met on Wednesday morning, Oct. 19, to sign a letter of intent saying they would work together, exclusively, to develop a new health care campus in Devils Lake.

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