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Implied consent laws set dangerous precedent for abuse of power

Wisconsin needs to lower number of DUIs, but violation of Fourth Amendment not the right course of action

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Food insecurity at UW requires campus-wide effort

Lack of transparency about SNAP benefits leaves students confused, unable to take advantage of resources

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Excluding Jewish holidays from legislative calendar disrespects Wisconsin’s Jewish community

Forcing legislators to choose between representing their constituents and worship is discriminatory

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In the interest of community safety, UW must re-evaluate conditions for school closure

UW's failure to cancel class, despite knowledge of the weather's danger, displays disregard for students' safety

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Removing ‘retardation’ from state code signals progress toward respect, bipartisanship

Despite great political polarization, there are still common sense solutions both parties should support

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It’s always been ‘this bad’: White supremacy blinds white people from recognizing racial injustice

In a political system designed to perpetuate white supremacy, divisiveness is felt when white people feel uncomfortable

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Despite GOP concern, Evers’ pick for transportation secretary brings valued insight

Though new DOT secretary is a former lobbyist, his experience, understanding of the issue make him an ideal pick

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Unintended consequences: kids of incarcerated parents suffer most from America’s mass incarceration

Camp Reunite offers many benefits to incarcerated mothers, their children and society, should encourage a nationwide pattern

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Vos’ disrespect of open records laws detracts from functioning democracy

Despite open records laws, Vos refuses to release details of $850,000 legal contract regarding gerrymandering lawsuit

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Madison on the cutting-edge of sustainable transportation, must continue seeking multi-faceted approaches

New study highlights mitigation efforts, many of which Madison already has