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Rep. Kelly Armstrong talks gun rights and gun control, and an update on a hydrogen project

MINOT, N.D. — “We can’t get enough school counselors.”. That’s what Congressman Kelly Armstrong had to say on this episode of Plain Talk. We’ve all been talking about how we can make our school after in the wake of another horrific tragedy in Uvalde, Texas, and much of that has been focused on proposals that would make our schools seem like prisons, with more law enforcement on campus and more restrictions on building access.
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Kelly Armstrong Appointed to DeKalb County School Board

By Sherri BlevinsDeKalb County Board of Education President Carol Hiett presided over the January 25, 2022, meeting. This was her first official duty since replacing Chris Andrews, who left his board position to assume the principal role at Guntersville High School. Andrews held the District 2 Board seat. The Board…
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Letter: Rep. Kelly Armstrong put party over policy once again

Rep. Kelly Armstrong who misrepresents us in Congress recently voted against the big infrastructure package. Both Sens. Kevin Cramer and John Hoeven represented us correctly and voted for the legislation. Both of our senators have announced that the legislation if fully paid for and authorizes more than $2 billion for the state’s roads and highways and more than $200 million for water projects. It does lots of other things, too, like investing $12 billion in carbon capture and providing broadband to rural areas.
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Rep. Kelly Armstrong, House GOP colleagues vote against infrastructure bill

GRAND FORKS -- Rep. Kelly Armstrong, R-N.D., voted with most of his House GOP colleagues on Friday night against a $1 trillion infrastructure package. Although the bill ultimately passed, 228-206, it was with minimal GOP support, with upper Midwest members of Congress voting almost entirely along party lines on this key part of President Joe Biden’s agenda.