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Tuesday, March 31, 2015

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Editorials

From the Daily: Don't keep "don't ask, don't tell"

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The Senate has once again failed to move on an important national issue. On Tuesday, the Senate voted against pushing forward a bill that would repeal "don’t ask, don’t tell."

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From the Daily: Made in Michigan

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Though the film industry isn’t a sustainable source of revenue, the tax incentive should be continued to give Michigan’s economy whatever help it can get in a time of need.

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From the Daily: Curing the law

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Michigan lawmakers should clarify the existing legislation so that patients who are prescribed marijuana can get it without fear of violating the law.

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From the Daily: Quality over quantity

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Though growth will probably be necessary in the long term, the University must maintain the quality of the education it provides.

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From the Daily: Simulate Survival Flight

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Regardless of the USDA’s investigation, the University should reevaluate teaching methods that involve the use of animals.

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From the Daily: Undisguised bigotry

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Michigan Attorney General Mike Cox must take decisive action to respond to Andrew Shirvell’s hate speech — and his pro forma slap on the wrist this week isn’t going to cut it.

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From the Daily: Bank on recycling

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Everyone knows that recycling is good for the earth — but did you know it could also be good for your wallets?

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