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"I'm not smoking any pot," Dooley said on this episode of Plain Talk, which featured a debate between the two candidates. "He's actually accomplished what he says he's accomplished," adding that he's even gotten permission from Goehring to hunt on his land.
Letters to the editor are a form of public dialogue, a true marketplace of ideas, where people of diverse viewpoints bump into each other as they plead their case. There's never been a time when letters to the editor were more important.
Talk radio host Chris Berg claims The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead "canceled" North Dakota Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring by not publishing a column he wrote about vaccine mandates, but it's not true.
Do we need a special session sooner than planned? Legislative input on the use of federal funds from the COVID-19 era is needed anyway, as is emergency guidance from the Bank of North Dakota on the best options for drought relief.
The stirrings of the 2022 election cycle have begun, and it's time we got the lay of the land, at least as far as what the incumbents in North Dakota's statewide offices are going to do.
The state Department of Agriculture's Agricultural Products Utilization Commission doled out nearly $275,000 in grants last week.

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BISMARCK — The deadline for eligible expenses for the North Dakota Department of Agriculture's Emergency Feed Transportation Assistance Program has been extended. The program will reimburse eligible producers for a portion of feed transportation expenses between Sept. 30, 2019, and Feb. 20, 2020.
If Canada ratifies the new trade deal as expected, it would replace the 25-year-old North American Free Trade Agreement, which President Donald Trump views as unfair to American workers.
The "Phase One" trade agreement signed between the United States and China is a positive step, according to North Dakota farm leaders who spoke at an ag panel at the Jamestown Civic Center Thursday. However, most felt it was too early to determine how big a factor it will be for future farm prices.

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