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Baraboo Nazi salute should be taken as seriously as the historical context demands

Though some have dismissed photo as childish mistake, community must take it seriously

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Evers has opportunity to find common interest with Republican legislature on prison reform

By considering GOP’s interests in minimal government and law enforcement, newly-elected Democrats can gain support from GOP-controlled government

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Gridlock does not prevent good governance — it is good governance

Though legislative detente may seem useless, it creates a favorable business environment, reduces spending

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Longevity of Evers’ education appointments, investments, depend on assembly bipartisanship

Due to the long term-limits and staggered appointments to the Board of Regents, Evers' impact on education could outlive his time as governor

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Budget process may seem devious, but we must trust lawmakers

'Rider' legislation is a necessary consequence of a representative government that values public opinion

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EatStreet’s expansion, donation tour prompts conversation about social responsibility

Though companies should strive to be socially responsible, consumers have similar obligations as well

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Point Counterpoint: The Blue Wave has finally washed over Wisconsin

Midterm election results will lead to a continuation of Wisconsin progressiveness

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Point Counterpoint: Regardless of party control, the goal is always to move Wisconsin forward

Starkly divided constituencies prompt greater need for bipartisan policy in Wisconsin state government

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University’s focus on employability makes demise of the ‘well-rounded student’ inevitable

University is trending away from its purpose, but students should not give up hope

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Pressure for civility should not dull the celebrations around Walker’s defeat

Though Walker's governorship is done, the ramifications of his tenure remain intact