ARTICLES

FARGO: Mildly agnostic about finishing I-69

When Interstate 64 came to my hometown, I was too young to appreciate what an amazing engineering feat it was. To me, the construction zone was a wonderland of big trucks and other exotic-looking equipment.
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FARGO: Ads breed cynicism in young people

The election is over, but there are still some unanswered questions as we clean up the toxic debris from the campaigns and get back to focusing on other things.
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FARGO: Too many politicians dodge the public

In Monroe County, the League of Women Voters has been having trouble with its candidate forums for local and state races. Some of the candidates refuse to take part.
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FARGO: More questions for Gregg and Pence

The Indiana Coalition for Open Government was putting together such a list for the gubernatorial candidates as I wrote this column. While I played a small role in that effort, I would also like to ask a few questions of Mike Pence and John Gregg that are not on the list:
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FARGO: Thankful for the Chick-fil-A tempest

I was hesitant to weigh in on the Chick-fil-A controversy, but I decided not doing so would be chicken. (Sorry—couldn’t resist.)
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FARGO: We aren't special, but we have potential

The goal will be to divide and conquer on election day.
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FARGO: State government integrity scores average

We trailed, believe it or not, Illinois and Louisiana, among others.
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FARGO: Battle for open government is global challenge

The Ukrainians were particularly curious about the national security exemption in our Freedom of Information Act.
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FARGO: Internet resurrects old free-speech questions

Anonymous speech has a long history in the United States.
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FARGO: A good idea with a shot at becoming law

The only way to enforce the law if a public official ignores a public access counselor’s opinion in your favor is to sue.
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