Point-counterpoint

Point Counterpoint: Trump’s USMCA trade deal will fix past failures with NAFTA, prioritize Americans

President Trump's USMCA trade deal will benefit all countries involved, address shortcomings in Clinton's past NAFTA trade agreement

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Due to Trump’s actions, Hmong peoples’ future in Wisconsin remains uncertain

US must acknowledge its history with Hmong people, take stance against deportation to preserve Hmong-US union in Wisconsin, UW

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As trans, non-binary identities are threatened, UW students must remain allies

Though Trump wants to invalidate transgender and non-binary people, we must make campus welcoming to all

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Blaming the Tree of Life massacre on Trump absolves us of responsibility

Though it is difficult to acknowledge our personal role in creating a toxic culture, it's the only way we can dismantle extremism

Hump Day

Hump Day: Forming a gender identity true to self is a fundamental human right

Discrimination toward transgender, greater LGBTQ+ community stems heavily from Trump's administration

City of Madison

‘We might not have a voice tomorrow’: Students, activist groups protest ‘zero tolerance’ immigration policy

ISO, other activist groups organized the march, rally

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Responsible anonymous sourcing enhances news coverage

Media outlets such as The New York Times have protected identities of valued sources, providing consumers with crucial insights

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Federal budget an economic disaster, overvalues aspects that do not need attention

An increased deficit, frivolous military spending and failure to address fate of Dreamers are just three examples of why this budget won't work

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Educating women must remain a priority of Trump’s administration

Educating women should not be a partisan issue

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I can’t tell if Sean Spicer is an idiot or not

It might be an accident, but the White House Press Secretary's distractions for the media seem to be working

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