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JOHN HOEVEN

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According to a press release from Sens. John Hoeven and Kevin Cramer and Rep. Kelly Armstrong, U.S. Customs and Border Protection agreed to temporarily expand operating hours at the Maida, Northgate and Sherwood ports.
The former president is choosing to align himself with a conspiracy theory movement that believes, in its best moments, the Democratic Party is run by a secret cabal of pedophiles and, in its worst moments, that zombie JFK is going to come back and lead our country again while a Filipino health care worker is going to take over Canada with an assist from our military. This is who you'd vote for to be president again, Rep. Armstrong? This man's endorsement is important to you, Sen. Hoeven? This is the person who commands your loyalty, Sen. Cramer?
Republican U.S. Sens. Kevin Cramer and John Hoeven said they plan to vote for the Democrat.
At a recent event put on by the District 7 NDGOP, they honored outgoing Sen. Nicole Poolman, but they didn't heap the same praise on Rep. Rick Becker, and Becker would really like you to know that he's not upset about it.
Sens. John Hoeven and Kevin Cramer should vote to support the Respect for Marriage Act. It's the constitutional choice. The limited-government choice. The federalist choice. The popular choice. And, quite frankly, the choice most in line with conservative notions about the importance of marriage and family.
"We need to elect uncompromising, bold leaders to the United State Senate," is an actual thing independent U.S. Senate candidate Rick Becker is telling voters. He's deriding incumbent Senator John Hoeven's "willingness to reach across the aisle and compromise," and I'm not making that up.

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Instead, the response to Biden's forgiveness order has consisted of the right branding debt-burdened students as a bunch of lazy freeloaders while left-wingers carry on as if anyone who has ever participated in any other government program, like the PPP loans or farm subsidies, cannot be opposed to Biden's order without being a hypocrite. Which is the sort of logic we should expect from middle schoolers, not adults. And we wonder why our politics have grown dysfunctional.
Candidates highlighted a focus to build an economy that works for all, provide adequately funded, high-quality public services and to strengthen communities by creating a place to achieve "the American dream."
A $1 million appropriation came through funding for USDA ARS to enter into cooperative agreements with universities and outside organizations, including Grand Farm, that are focused on precision agriculture research.

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