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Let’s be clear — College admissions have always favored the wealthy

Don't let scandal surrounding college admissions distract from financial privilege inherent in college admissions process

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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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Natural Light’s unnatural solution to the student debt crisis

Natural Light, other private companies generously aid with student loan repayment — but is that a solution for this problem?

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How to support workers while keeping taxpayers informed

Incentive packages which entice business to maintain jobs in Wisconsin will help Wisconsin workers

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On seeking political compromise, bipartisan cooperation and progress

As political polarization becomes increasingly stark, both parties need to develop more moderate, cooperative policies

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A fair and speedy trial carries a hefty price tag

Insultingly low public defender pay rates corrode constitutional rights to speedy trial

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Back to basics: Would a $15 minimum wage really benefit Wisconsinites?

Evers' proposal to increase minimum wage is not all its cracked up to be

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A drawing lesson for Wisconsin politicians

Ahead of 2020 census, abolition of gerrymandering is important now more than ever for creation of fair districts

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Blue lights will guide us nowhere: How ASM’s election platform fails UW students, survivors

ASM must focus on the cause of sexual assault, rather than focus solely on mitigation efforts

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A most persistent, easily forgotten problem: Violence in America’s schools

In light of UW bomb threat, recent mass shootings, it's time we recognize America's problem with mass killings