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Measure 1 means unlimited abortion access

October 21, 2014 Am I the only one who finds it troubling that we are debating whether or not all living human beings deserve to be treated as though their life has intrinsic value? Am I the only one who has trouble... more »»

‘Beware false prophets’

October 21, 2014 I was appalled and disgusted to read that some North Dakota clergy have aligned themselves against Measure . more »»

Pharmacy should be left to health pros

October 20, 2014 I would like to ask the citizens of North Dakota what a pharmacy is to them. more »»

Say ‘yes’ to options and lower prices

October 20, 2014 North Dakota residents and families are paying too much for prescription medication. more »»

A couple of questions about Measure 7

October 20, 2014 A couple of questions to think about and maybe someone who supports Measure 7 can answer. more »»

Say ‘no’ to corporate ‘pharming’

October 20, 2014 Some say higher pharmacy ownership standards are outdated. They want non-healthcare workers to control our pharmacies. I disagree. more »»

Don’t let big box geniuses fool you

October 20, 2014 Take the time to check out the facts on the Pharmacy Ownership law. If your readers will take the time, as the N.D. House of Representatives, the North Dakota Supreme Court and the U.S. more »»

Measure 7 is elimination of competition

October 20, 2014 Contrary to popular belief, the passing of Measure 7 will actually decrease competition and increase prescription drug prices. more »»

Vote ‘no’ on Measure 3

October 19, 2014 As an employee of the University of North Dakota, the opinions expressed in this letter are my own and do not reflect the official opinion of the University of North Dakota. more »»

Vote ‘yes’ on Measure 6

October 19, 2014 Forty-three percent of children in the U.S. live without one parent and 63 percent of youth suicides are from fatherless homes. more »»

Vote ‘no’ on Measure 6

October 19, 2014 In the next few weeks, the voters of North Dakota will consider Initiated Measure No. 6, the “shared parenting” bill. This is a very, very bad law that will harm our children and grandchildren. more »»

Take first five measures seriously

October 19, 2014 Forty-two years ago, while serving in the North Dakota Legislature, I became acquainted and had a long-lasting friendship with one of the most knowledgeable people (about) our state constitution,... more »»

People of the East will surely agree

October 19, 2014 Several western North Dakotans have warned me that arguing for the state to distribute 100 percent of the oil production tax to the oil impacted counties is a waste of time. more »»

Some thoughts on Measure 3

October 19, 2014 Some thoughts on Measure 3 are submitted for consideration. (1). more »»

Don’t reward current legislators

October 19, 2014 Soon, many of the voters of Minot and Ward County will have an opportunity to vote for their next state senators and representatives. Our current legislators are all decent people. more »»

Vote ‘no’ on Measure 6

October 19, 2014 October of each year is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. more »»

Vote ‘yes’ on Measure 6

October 19, 2014 In November we will be voting on several initiated measures. One of which is Measure 6. The following groups oppose the measure. – N.D. more »»

Crazy to commit to multi-year spending plans

October 18, 2014 I have been an avid pheasant hunter all my life and believe we must fund commonsense programs to preserve our open spaces and parks. But Measure 5 is not the solution and I intend to vote against i. more »»

Say ‘no’ to greedy environmentalists

October 18, 2014 I’d like to encourage North Dakota voters to carefully consider the negative consequences of Measure 5, a.k.a. the “Clean Water, Wildlife and Parks Amendment. more »»

Defeat Measure 5, a ‘bad idea’

October 18, 2014 Measure 5 could be the most detrimental thing to happen to North Dakota agriculture since the Great Depression of the 1930s, when we saw a mass exodus of farmers and ranchers from this state. more »»



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