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Increase in political consciousness, activity should give young people the right to vote

Rep. Mark Pocan was the only member of Wisconsin's congressional delegation to vote in favor of decreasing the minimum age to vote

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Tokenism without representation: Soglin’s campaign treats diversity as an amplifier to a positive public image

Mayor Paul Soglin's reelection website prompts much-need conversation on diversity, inclusion

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Republicans wonder if a majority of Wisconsinites should count in elections

Evers' cabinet picks show he is committed to representing all Wisconsinites — not just those who voted for him

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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