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Innocent until proven guilty — if you can afford it

Laws designed to bring equity to criminal prosecution fail to protect low-income defendants

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UW System student lobbyists must be recognized, used by student body

Statewide issues too large to be tackled by individual student governments, system-wide body must see use

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Political right’s delegitimization of youth voices a clear mask for fear

Dennis Prager's remarks, though understandable, ignore historical nuances that prove youth drive political activism

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With UW Regent in the mix, blue wave looks more promising

Democrats have potential to ensure blue wave, but they must capitalize on opportunities provided by Republican internal conflict

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New law limiting scope of civil forfeiture sets precedent for nation

Walker's new law returns rights back to property owners in cases of civil forfeiture – move rest of nation should follow

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FDA warnings against underage Juuling are first step to preventing nicotine addiction

Government agencies must do more concering addiction in adolescents

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Democrats must be strategic, realistic in order for blue wave to reach governor’s office

Polarization doesn't gain votes necessary to win, but centrism does

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Societal attitudes, government policy on immigration should reflect data trends

New UW study finds undocumented immigration does not increase crime, which must influence policy

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Cliches aren’t always bad, especially when it comes to taking care of yourself

Breathe, take breaks, manage your time — all these will go long way during finals

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Low use of women’s basketball tickets reinforce under-appreciation of UW’s female athletes

Women's sports take just as much practice, dedication, they should be celebrated as such