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Municipal services deserve to thrive, but they can’t without proper funding

Gov. Evers' recent budget proposal addresses municipal finance issues, but not comprehensively enough

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Interfaith dialogue, religious literacy are driving forces fueling campus-wide activism

UW's Center for Religion and Global Citizenry leads the conversation about religious pluralism in our community

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‘Inherently violent’: The problem with the prison system is its very existence

Calls to reform prison system, end mass incarceration fail to address the true problem — the prison system is inherently unproductive

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Silence is violence: Cycle of abuse in juvenile prisons must end now

Decision to delay closure of Lincoln Hills, Copper Lake detention facilities unacceptable — state must take action now

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Green New Deal could create jobs, raise wages, improve environment in Wisconsin

Clean, renewable energy isn't only benefit in adopting the Green New Deal

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Balanced government begins with strong, accountable treasurer’s office

Stripping the office of its powers disregards principle of checks and balances

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Slavery is still legal in Wisconsin’s prisons — it’s time to change that

On the anniversary of the passage of the thirteenth amendment, Wisconsin must reevaluate the permission of forced prison labor

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It’s always been ‘this bad’: White supremacy blinds white people from recognizing racial injustice

In a political system designed to perpetuate white supremacy, divisiveness is felt when white people feel uncomfortable