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Wednesday, May 27, 2015

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From the Daily: A protected campus

Gabrielle DeCaro/Daily

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The state — as a measure to contain the disease — should specifically institute education reforms in areas already affected by outbreaks. To guard against more avoidable outbreaks, factual information regarding vaccines should be integrated into class curriculum to allow students to better understand the preventative measures available to them.

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Karen Hua: In support of LS&Play

BY KAREN HUA

Writing, thinking, analyzing: these are skills critical to our society, albeit not in the same way that creating the next rocket ship, investment corporation or cancer medication is.

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From the Daily: Increasing student influence

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Creating a student-majority ward should not be a priority. Instead, the student population needs to participate in city government at an increased rate.

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From the Daily: One small step for marijuana

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The AAP’s stance is cautiously optimistic, with the potential to help many people throughout the nation. Similarly, the effects of removing marijuana from Schedule I could potentially lead to the legalization of marijuana in the United States by increasing research and reducing stigma.

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From the Daily: Develop a plan on homelessness

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

In order to relocate the homeless off private property and into caring hands, councilmembers must create attainable options rather than waiting until they are forced to evict campers who are, quite frankly, stuck in the muck.

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From the Daily: State of the State

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

While Snyder’s speech was commendable in its recognition of previous achievements and idealistic goals, he neglected to expand upon the substantial steps needed to create a better future for the state of Michigan.

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From the Daily: An invasion of basic rights

Nolan Loh/Daily

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Snyder’s approval of Senate Bills 105-107 simultaneously benefits certain ex-offenders while threatening the privacy of those accused of nonviolent felonies.

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