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Madison sees historic ‘pink wave,’ but there’s still work to be done

Though Madison received a much-needed increase in female representation, diversity is still an active choice our city must make

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Hate speech is free speech — it’s time that changes

President Donald Trump's recent executive order prompts discussion on free expression vs. diversity on campus, in law

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Perfect is not the enemy of good: UW must do better to improve sexual assault reporting

Rejection of Callisto software on basis of imperfection jeopardizes students, ignores the software's many benefits

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What a Milwaukee DNC means for Wisconsin Democrats

After losing Wisconsin to Trump in 2016, Democrats make it clear they do not plan on seeing a repeat in 2020

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Lawmakers need to take an Economics 101 class before recommending nonsensical amendments

Pursuit of a balanced budget amendment is based on a fundamental misunderstanding of the way government spending works

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Evers has worked for bipartisan support, but instead receives bipartisan criticism

Evers' latest budget proposal draws criticism from both sides of the aisle but deserves more credit, given extent of opposition

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There’s no need for a state-run student loan refinance program

Loan refinancing is already offered by private sector, state government is not well-equipped to manage student loans

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Nondisclosure agreements do not belong in Wisconsin’s Department of Justice

Attorney General Josh Kaul ended the harmful, chilling practice to silence First Amendment rights last month

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Local news has a global impact

As corporations consume and corrupt local newpapers, the integrity of democracy is jeopardized

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The backlog of rape kits has shrunk, but the fight to end delayed evidence testing rages on

Law enforcement, politicians need to realize danger of rape kit backlogs