In November Minnesotans will face a proposed constitutional amendment that would limit the freedom to marry. There are certainly things that Minnesotans disagree about. some will vote for Obama and some will vote for Romney.
I don’t remember if it was Orchestra Hall or the Ordway, but I do remember that at one of those amazing spaces the guests for the very first performance were the hundreds of workers who built the facility.
I am a parent of a student entering into kindergarten this fall in Pillager, and I understand that one kindergarten class was removed and there will be just three kindergarten classes of no less than 22 children each.
Republican candidates for the state legislature continue to promote the fairy tale that the state went from a $5 billion deficit to a $1 billion surplus and that our taxes didn’t go up thanks to their so-called “fiscal responsibility.” (“Gazelka, Anderson talk to Cass board”, Brainerd Dispatch, Aug. 22, 2012).
Mr. Hansen, I enjoy your column. This morning's (Monday) column, however, contains an error in fact that I thought I should bring to your attention, if others haven't already. Your first paragraph states, "U.S.
Romney and his tax returns versus the ignorance of our legislators (both parties).
I have been forwarding a tax return to the IRS for all of 60 years, but I have never saved any return beyond five years.