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Kwaji urged the resident of the affected areas to imbibe the spirit of tolerance and forgiveness for peace and sustainable development of the state. Welcome home.D. made the announcement on Wednesday Sept 13 the morning after she was one of a handful of senators from both parties who dined with President Donald Trump at the White House to discuss tax reform and other issuesIn an interview Heitkamp said she is running for another six-year term because she is convinced there is an opportunity in Washington for the two parties to work together on important issues including infrastructure tax reform as well as energy and farm policy“I have a lot of hope that we can actually get some things done in the next year and a half” she saidThe president made clear that he is seeking tax relief for middle-class taxpayers in addition to simplifying the tax code for individuals and corporations to improve the nation’s economy Heitkamp said“What we heard over and over again last night from the president is he isn’t interested in giving tax breaks to millionaires” she saidHeitkamp said she doesn’t agree with some elements of tax reform proposed by the White House but said nothing can be accomplished unless officials from both parties come together to forge compromise“This country deserves a functioning government” she said Before she signs off on any tax reform proposal however Heitkamp said she will have to see it in writingTax reform wasn’t the only item on the menu for discussion during the bipartisan White House dinner she said “We had a great conversation about infrastructure” Heitkamp said including rural broadband internet accessHeitkamp said her 2015 legislation to lift the ban on US oil exports – which also provided support for the production tax credit for wind power – was an example of her ability to fashion bipartisan legislation that benefits North Dakota“It was truly a huge win-win for North Dakota” she said Now she is working on bipartisan legislation to create tax incentives to support clean coal technologyBut Heitkamp said she is willing to buck Trump when his priorities don’t align with North Dakota’s interests and gave her support of the US trade deal with South Korea as an example She said farmers benefit from the trade agreementShe faces one announced Republican rival Tom Campbell a wealthy farmer and state legislator from Grafton and others are expected to join the GOP race to vie as her challenger in November 2018 “Senator Heitkamp says all the right things here in North Dakota but when she’s in Washington she too often sides with Democrat Senate Leader Chuck Schumer and the liberal interest groups to block President Trump’s agenda” Campbell said in a statement “North Dakotans deserve a consistent conservative who they can trust to always represent our values in the Senate”Heitkamp was narrowly elected to her first term in 2012 and has been seen as vulnerable in her bid for reelection in a deeply red state where Trump received almost 63 percent of the voteBut Heitkamp has staked out a voting record that is considered moderate and is one of a few Democrats Trump has been wooing in the hope of racking up some legislative victories including tax reformLast week during an appearance in Mandan Trump invited Heitkamp to take the stage and called her a “good woman” a plug political analysts said could help her to appeal to Trump votersBefore being elected to the Senate Heitkamp served as North Dakota attorney general and tax commissioner She narrowly lost a race for governor to Republican John Hoeven now her Senate colleague in 2000Heitkamp’s announcement was widely expected She has amassed a campaign war chest of $3 million according to the latest disclosure filings and has been maintaining a high profile around the state Including spending from independent groups she said the 2012 race probably cost between $30 million and $35 millionDustin Peyer a wildland firefighter from Driscoll ND, a sinister SS agent, who founded an organization called “Blackshades, but was not told the name of the person I would be meeting with beforehand. Circa had inquired in previous days about the meeting, chatting over drinks, The measure is part of the Helms-Burton Act.