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Walker doesn’t care about environment, but luckily, Madison does

Madison is beacon for change as Walker attempts to dismantle Wisconsin's legacy of environmental protection

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The kids are not alright

After attempted suicide at Copper Lake juvenile facility, Wisconsin must look at rehabilitation instead of punishment

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State’s GPS bracelet system inefficient, ineffective in monitoring offenders

Wisconsin should reallocate tax dollars to programs based on positive reinforcement, which better prevent recidivism

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UW can’t keep imploring students to take action if they aren’t ready to listen

Requesting more student input on university decisions feels hypocritical in light of recent administrative action

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Sen. Leah Vukmir’s hyper-partisanship detrimental for Wisconsin citizens

Focused more on being seen as conservative than fighting for her beliefs, Vukmir has revealed too many contradictions

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UPDATED: UW surgeon’s history of sexual misconduct reprehensible, but accepting responsibility crucial first step

Steps towards self improvement, mending one's wrongs exemplify necessary societal pattern

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Teachers hold immense governing power before gubernatorial elections

Future treatment of Wisconsin's educators could be deciding factor in November's gubernatorial election

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Recognizing economic, gender disparities essential for equity in education

Interactions between gender, wage inequality show that pursuing one's dreams is privilege, not right

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Death penalty only reinforces a cycle of senseless violence

Killing is objectively wrong, no matter the justification, short-term solutions will not result in long-term change

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Supreme Court elections inevitably induce political agendas

In election designed to appoint objective voice, Supreme Court candidates are troublingly forced to present partisan agendas