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Your quick guide to Medicaid: What it is and what it isn’t

While work requirements may seem counterproductive to Medicaid’s objectives, it actually promotes healthy, self-sufficient lifestyle, financial independence

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When campus housing costs more than in-state tuition, it’s time to reevaluate

As cost of UW housing continually increases, administration must reassess priorities, aid students with accessibility

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Bill that allocates grant money for out-of-state students overlooks valuable occupations

Though Murphy's bill would benefit out-of-state students, it ignores low-income graduates who need grant money the most

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The case for Warren’s student loan debt cancellation plan

Plan addresses racial, wealth disparities, making it particularly relevant, beneficial to Wisconsin

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Increased education might not increase political engagement

Focusing on civics education distracts from the socioeconomic context of political participation

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Wisconsin’s voters deserve better than model legislation

Wisconsin's laws should not be vehicles for politicians to create reputations

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Keep it clean: Lowered cost makes clean energy preferable option

Clean energy costs less than coal —adding to list of reasons to expand clean energy sector

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The first Earth Day originated in Wisconsin — here’s how far we’ve come since then

The first Earth Day was gripped with urgency on both sides of the aisle, that same urgency is needed now more than ever

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Madison’s small businesses have big impact on city’s character

Closure of many State Street storefronts shows importance of patronizing small businesses

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Social media is ablaze about Notre Dame — but silent about destruction of mosques, black churches

Failure to give appropriate attention to destruction of other religious sites emblematic of extreme, pervasive white supremacy