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Thursday, October 2, 2014

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From the Daily: Expanding community college access

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Increasing access to community college education is beneficial. It helps individuals by allowing more people to afford secondary education. Further, it benefits the community by fostering a higher level of education, creating positive externalities. Michigan should allocate funding to provide free-community college tuition for qualifying students.

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From the Daily: Pothole problems

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Michigan legislature is introducing a mid-fiscal year supplemental budget that will allocate $215 million to repairing roads. Republican Gov. Rick Snyder can and should alleviate the dangerous conditions by signing the budget.

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From the Daily: Opening closed doors

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The University should support any amendment that expands the public’s role in University decision-making.

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From the Daily: An edible alternative

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Michigan legislators need to strongly consider passing House Bill 5104 to allow the distribution of edibles.

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From the Daily: Removing the R-word

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Removing the word “retarded” from state law commendable move by the Michigan legislature and helps show Michigan’s commitment to the value of all citizens.

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From the Daily: A modern family

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The prolonged, unresponsive nature of the state government towards gay rights must come to an end, as the state’s 2004 constitutional amendment ban on gay marriage is outdated and morally wrong

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From the Daily: Updating an outdated law

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

To ensure the equality and fundamental rights of all members of the state, Michigan needs to amend the Elliot-Larsen Civil Rights Act to be more inclusive.

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