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which stars Dwayne Johnson blitzing a 30-foot wolf (thus leading Oliver to suggest the film should have been named Wolf Blitzer).time. why should men pay for prenatal care?"We recognized the early signs of a shift in the industry, on Tuesday and the Standing Rock Indian Reservation on WednesdayThe meeting began with a standing ovation for panel members and moderators including David Hogg a well-known Parkland student and other local students and residents All wore orange T-shirts that are emblematic of the March for Our Lives movement They read: "Saving your kids from gun violence"Panelists included Bria Smith 17 Milwaukee student; Tokata Iron Eyes 14 Standing Rock Community High School student; Taylor Toso recent Legacy High School graduate; Liz Schneider who works with Bismarck students; Katie Winbauer a law student at the University of North Dakota and Matt Deitsch a Parkland graduateThe moderators were Alfonso Calderon a Parkland student and Cameron Wald a recent Legacy High gradThe panelists were asked a list of questions including about the challenges young people face in getting their voices heard and how gun reform could work in North DakotaParkland students also addressed misconceptions about the March for Our Lives movement such as that the group is against the Second Amendment"That’s not the case at all" Hogg said "We also believe in the same way we have the right to bear arms we as children have the right to live and we want common-sense legislation"The March for Our Lives movement has a 10-point policy plan which includes funding gun violence research universal background checks a high-capacity magazine ban and limiting access to assault rifles The Parkland students said they want to start conversations about some of their policy ideas as well as hear those of others"That’s why we’re here today We don’t want Bismarck to be the next Parkland We don’t want anywhere to be the next Parkland and that’s why we’re here to have this discussion with everybody" Hogg saidSome local students who attended the event said they were glad the Parkland students were in Bismarck to have the discussion"Seeing what these students have done after their traumatic experience and seeing how they’ve completely changed their lives and made this a movement instead of something that happens daily" said Claudia Purdon 14 a freshman at Century High School "It’s something that happens every day and it shouldn’t happen every day"Outside the event center a group of about 100 people rallied for the Second Amendment They carried signs that read "Hands off our Second Amendment rights" and "Honk for gun rights"Clay Peterson of Sioux County said he disagreed with the March for Our Lives’ policy agenda"There’s no compromise; there’s no middle ground There’s 27 words in the Second Amendment" he said "My rights are not up for debate"Back inside during an audience Q&A Hogg asked if the mayor of Bismarck was in the room and invited him up to ask the panelists a question Bakken said he was not at the town hall meeting in his official capacity but said he supported the students for voicing their opinions"I am a firm support of the Second Amendment I’m a firm supporter of the constitution I’m a firm supporter of the First Amendment" Bakken said "Voices are where solutions come from Everybody needs to come to the table and start the discussion"There was some back-and-forth between the mayor and panelists but Hogg ended up thanking the mayor for attending the town hallDemocrats and Republicans agreed on the need for the visa program during a Farmfest candidate forum Tuesday Aug 7 But they disagreed on many other issuesRural Minnesota lacks enough workers on farms An existing visa program to allow people from other countries to work on farms has flaws and some in Congress are taking a look at improving it"Congress should take a central role in that" said Republican Dave Hughes who is trying to unseat Democrat US Rep Collin Peterson in the western Minnesota 7th districtPeterson said he is working with Republicans on a visa bill that would help the situationState Sen Carla Nelson a Rochester Republican running in the southern Minnesota 1st district said that besides passing an immigration policy that works federal officials can help the situation by providing trade education to high school studentsMany of the candidates said they would push for improved trade education in two-year schoolsNelson’s opponent in Tuesday’s GOP primary Jim Hagedorn said a key item Congress needs to tackle is to improve rural America’s quality of life If that is done he said people will want to live thereHagedorn blamed Democrats and Republicans both for holding up the visa bill in an attempt to get more extensive immigration reformWhile some candidates said the workforce shortage is the most important issue among rural Minnesotans 1st district Democrat Dan Feehan said health insurance ranks No 1 among those he talks toLike many Democrats Feehan said that lowering the eligibility age of Medicare a health insurance for the elderly is a good option in a situation with few good optionsHagedorn said that two years ago at Farmfest he said health care would become the biggest problem to the doubts of many but that is coming true The Republican blamed federal health laws for driving up insurance premiums He suggested allowing insurance to be sold across state linesNelson agreed to let insurance be sold among states but added that other actions are needed She said one that is working is allowing agricultural cooperatives to sell insurancePeterson and Hughes who also faced off two years ago provided contrasts to voters "I was proud to be named this year the most bipartisan member" of Congress Peterson said in his closing remarksThe long-time representative has succeeded in a district that more and more is dominated by RepublicansHe also is the longest-serving member of the House Agriculture Committee Usually the committee’s primary job of drafting a farm bill every five years is bipartisan but not this year as Democrats would not support the Republican provision requiring more food stamp recipients to workWhile Peterson talked about working with Republicans in Congress Hughes said he wants to "partner" with Trump "to make our lives better"Besides not working with Trump Hughes said that Peterson also "has no collaborative working relationship" with Republican state lawmakers who dominate western MinnesotaThe two disagreed about trade issues which affect farmersIn the past presidential administrations generally have done a good job of negotiating trade deals Peterson said But Trump "has gone off unilaterally I don’t see the end game for this"While the steel industry and manufacturers could end up getting good deals from Trump trade efforts Peterson said he does not see how agriculture will benefitHughes said Congress should have a central role in trade issues but defended TrumpHe said the president’s efforts are short-term to get trade talks going "I am super confident and supportive of President Trump’s measures right now"Nelson said farmers express patience that Trump will work out good trade deals "But the patience is waning"Added Hagedorn: "We have to give him a little lattitude to get things done"Feehan however said Congress is an equal branch of government with the president and in the past when foreign markets were opened "that was not one person who did it alone so it should not be one person alone who undoes that great work"Parkland students and other March for Our Lives activists held an evening town hall meeting on Thursday at a Bismarck Event Center conference room.I am happy. 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