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Tuesday, July 28, 2015

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From the Daily: Take the finger off the trigger

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

With the number of incidents involving guns on the rise, Michigan legislators must act now to unequivocally keep guns out of schools.

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From the Daily: Dirty energy, bad policy

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

It’s necessary for the government to promote renewable energies through mandates to allow them to develop into more cost-efficient and practical technologies. Failing to do could allow these technologies to fall into disuse, at great disservice to the environment and the humans that inhabit it.

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From the Daily: Fair funding

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

These exuberant increases help to highlight inefficiencies in the current higher education funding system. The state legislature must alter the performance-based aid in order to ensure students are able to access the education they deserve.

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From the Daily: It’s about time

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

For now, though, today’s ruling is a moment to celebrate and a testament to the will of a nation to enact necessary social change.

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From the Daily: Waging a war on youth pay

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

While the proposed legislation may offer some economic incentives for employers and businesses, the bill is highly presumptuous in nature, and if enacted, it would deny a livable wage to a population of young adults who may be relying on a minimum wage income for more than just spending money.

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From the Daily: Fostering discrimination

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The passage of these laws highlights inherent flaws that must be reexamined in Michigan’s current adoption system, and by following these practices, the adoption agencies are inhibiting their own supposed institutional goals.

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From the Daily: Problematic privatization

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Allowing this prison to reopen puts Michigan on the wrong side of criminal justice reform. An industry that relies on mass incarceration to profit will not work to rehabilitate prisoners, but will instead strive to keep more prisoners for longer periods of time.

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