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Currently, there are two active contributors to the Open Borders blog. A couple others are planning to join soon. But we are still looking for more blog contributors to provide a diverse range of perspectives on the issue. Regular contributors should aim for at least one entry every two weeks. We also welcome one-time guest contributions for blog posts.

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