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EMILY LARSON

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From the column: "If only we had leaders who cared as much about following the evidence wherever it may lead as they did about signaling their virtue."
Seeing kids at play outdoors, amidst a Duluth drizzle, was a timely reminder of all the healthful, affordable fun we can find at our city parks and athletic facilities.
From the column: "Everyone favors more broadband competition. ... But the idea that local governments should enter this marketplace with a taxpayer-subsidized network does not represent real competition, not even remotely."
More than 100 veterans have been placed into permanent housing since 2014, and any future instances can be addressed rapidly, said city, county and state officials celebrating Thursday.
While she has not yet tested positive, she said she is symptomatic and expects to isolate for up to a week.
From the editorial: "Duluthians can hold the mayor accountable to make good on her pledges or to at least ensure the city is doing all it can. Our business community in particular, not long ago at loggerheads with the city, has much at stake."

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From the column: "For the past six years, my administration has been investing in what businesses say they depend on: solid infrastructure, a reliable and qualified workforce, housing, access to child care, safe neighborhoods, and a great quality of life."
From the editorial: "Encouragingly, with downtown offices reopening and with tourism season rapidly approaching, it’s work already begun."
The funds will be used for infrastructure improvements for the Aerial Lift Bridge and to modernize the automated 911 response system.

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