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PETE STAUBER

From the editorial: "A few minutes of feedback from all of us can be valuable if the input is examined closely and taken to heart by (Duluth Police Chief Mike) Tusken, his officers, and others in the department."
Fake sincerity can fool many people.
During the last century-plus, no other segment of society has done so much to restore and preserve wildlife habitat as hunters. According to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 72% of sportsmen depend on access to public lands for hunting. None would be happy driving up to their favorite spots to find a locked gate and a “Keep Out” sign.
Of all the Democrats I called, not a single one called me back — and Democrats are the ones who are supposed to care.

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Should we expect our representative to answer face-to-face questions on occasion?
He filed his statement of candidacy for 2022 in July.
From the column: "We’ve always believed our 8th District is a tremendous place where we can enjoy our abundant resources and live and raise a family or even run a business. We are fortunate to live in a place filled with loving, smart, and hard-working people."
The 8th District DFL unit called it “vote-no-and-take-credit hypocrisy.”
From the column: "The Jan. 6 assault and its aftermath revealed the persistent weakness of our democratic institutions."
Rep. Pete Stauber voted against holding Meadows in criminal contempt of Congress for refusing to comply with the subpoena.

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Proposed legislation would provide $70 million per year for six years.
From the column: "Most of all, this money is for the children yet to be born so that they can have a chance."
From the editorial: "Abortion has been dividing the nation even before the landmark 1973 decision. ... No matter what the U.S. Supreme Court decides, the battle over abortion won’t go away. But it will be altered."

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