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Friday, July 31, 2015

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Editorials

From the Daily: A balancing act

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The future is uncertain, but one thing is clear: the district needs an overhaul. DPS must properly manage its finances and balance its budget in order to tackle its academic problems.

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From the Daily: Employing the stimulus

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The state has a responsibility to its citizens to help them through periods of economic strife.

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From the Daily: Giving it back

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

As she has done in previous years, Coleman should donate the money back to the University for it to allocate for other uses.

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From the Daily: Purely shortsighted

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Spending needs to be cut to help keep the state’s finances in order, but Pure Michigan has been a positive contribution to the state’s economy. Restoration of Pure Michigan’s funding is vital to Michigan’s tourism industry.

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From the Daily: Ride on in Ann Arbor

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The new Blake Transit Center’s facilities will make using public transportation more pleasant for area residents, which should entice them to increase their use of AATA buses.

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From the Daily: Compassion for pot

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The Michigan legislature should simply completely legalize the recreational use of marijuana.

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From the Daily: A healthy verdict

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The recent district court decision addresses legal qualms and should be considered as a precedent for future lawsuits.

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