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Friday, February 27, 2015

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Editorials

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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From the Daily: Textbook case of spending

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Teachers should take the initiative to find creative ways to alleviate the burden of textbook costs.

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From the Daily: The appeal of stem cells

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The U.S. Court of Appeals should rule in favor of the Obama administration’s mandate for the federal funding of embryonic stem cell research.

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From the Daily: A fresh industry

BY FROM THE DAILY

Though downtown farms may seem out of place, they are welcome additions to communities in which healthy food and job prospects are few and far between.

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From the Daily: A summer cheat sheet

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

We at The Michigan Daily thought we’d spare you the chore of reviewing the archives by catching you up on the summer’s biggest stories and drawing your attention to some stories to watch as they develop.

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From the Daily: Stop the vote

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

City Council should delay voting on the proposal to ban outdoor furniture until students have a chance to voice their opinions.

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