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Letters

Thank Pelosi for exacerbating the problem the next time you read of another local overdose death from fentanyl.
We look forward to seeing our leaders, in person, for the “honest fact-based communication” we know they aspire to engage in.
Let's commit to making the world better and go back to reporting as accurately as possible by checking facts and providing balanced information.
Why are these statistics always buried in the business sections of newspapers and not on the front page?

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In many states, Medicare only covers up to 80% of dialysis treatment, and Medigap plans to cover the remaining expense aren't accessible to patients under 65.
Big spending on school-district facilities has left a trail of broken promises and has wasted an unconscionable amount of wealth and resources.
I believe that aligned with penance and culpability is atonement, a set of actions to make up for the sin.
This plan is addressing a very complex problem.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s impassioned plea has awakened the world to the horrors and senseless killings of the innocent and attempted elimination of their way of life and rich history and culture.
In response to several of my inquiries, I was informed that the current bridge is beyond its useful life.

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So far, most of what we’ve seen from congressional Republicans are barricades against any action
The media need to report an incident, then provide a reference to get more information, and then forget about it.
Duluth’s infrastructure is at a critical crossroads. While work on the nearly half- billion-dollar Twin Ports Interchange is clamoring away in the heart of our city other significant projects must be addressed, including replacing lead pipes, the Blatnik Bridge, and reimagining the I-35 Corridor through downtown.

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