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Khadijah Ameen, 29, a woman who voted for Hillary Clinton in 2016, was among the participants of a weekend-long workshop with a dozen people of varying political views. Courtesy of the National Institute for Civil Discourse and New Voice Strategies hide caption

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Alexa, Are You Safe For My Kids?

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State Sens. Warren Limmer (left) and Bill Ingebrigtsen talk in the Senate chamber. Limmer said he has been scolded for looking at his colleagues during debate before, and had "to beg forgiveness to the Senate president." David J. Oakes/Minnesota State Senate hide caption

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What Eye Contact — And Dogs — Can Teach Us About Civility In Politics

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Dear Lawyers: Order In The &*%# Court!

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