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Progress, pride and the relentless pursuit of victory

After Gov. Evers flew the Pride flag at the Capitol, a reminder that fight for equality is a constant struggle emboldened by small steps forward

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See Republican criticism of Evers’ budget for what it is — a thinly-veiled shot at public aid

Don't let Republican hypocrisy confuse Wisconsin about budget deficits — structural deficits are part of every state budget

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Money begets money: Increased funding for computer science will prove beneficial for Wisconsin

As universities struggle to keep up with increasing demand for computer science, government has a duty to fund these programs

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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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Evers first budget decriminalizes marijuana, increases minimum wage, expands Medicaid

The $83.4 billion proposal also establishes a nonpartisan redistricting process, continues UW System tuition freeze

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Evers to close controversial ‘Dark Store’ loophole

Some believe closing 'dark store' loophole will save taxpayers money, others argue it makes tax assessment more subjective