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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

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Editorials

From the Daily: Focus on the issues

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Since CSG is obviously not capable of monitoring itself, the University must step in as a third party to supervise CSG elections.

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From the Daily: Enabling campus

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Though the University has taken positive measures to accommodate students with disabilities, additional resources and information should be provided to reach equality for these students.

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From the Daily: Turning a new page

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The University should make an effort to utilize open-source textbooks more often in class curricula in order to reduce the cost of education for its students.

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From the Daily: Staying behind the times

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The state government should support legal marriage for LGBTQ couples. The court should also revoke the stay on Friedman’s ruling. Schuette’s argument that Michigan voters approved the existing ban in 2004 completely ignores the public’s current opinion, as well as the fact that this decision is coming a decade later.

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From the Daily: Vote FORUM

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The Michigan Daily’s editorial board is endorsing FORUM candidates Carly Manes and Pavitra Abraham for CSG president and vice president because of their inclusive vision and their plan to empower students.

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From the Daily: A presumptuous policy

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Gov. Rick Snyder should reject the bill, because welfare-based drug testing is ineffective and discriminates against lower socioeconomic classes. Snyder should focus on helping welfare recipients find reliable employment instead.

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From the Daily: Investing in the environment

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Since the group has proposed a new, viable plan for divestment, the University should seriously consider the plan in order to bring its endowment investments more in line with its core values.

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