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    You do not need to burn a hole in your wallet to enjoy the many activities and attractions in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. There are many entertaining events, throughout Milwaukee, that are absolutely free. From festivals to museums, and even free tours, Milwaukee has something for people of all ages. The large selection of free events and activities give everyone an opportunity to paint the town red, without breaking the bank. Milwaukee's River flicks Why pay an arm and a leg for a movie ticket? This

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    gray wolf, native to the Wisconsin area, has been listed federally as an endangered species due to the graphic and horrific treatment they had received during the industrialization periods of America, when they were frowned upon and hated because they are predatory creatures and did, on occasion, attack livestock and pets. Because the government was encouraging the hunting, including bounties for the animals, the wolves were hunted to near extinction. However, now Wisconsin faces a new problem. With

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    The Wisconsin Graduation Test - A Good Idea

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    The Wisconsin Graduation Test - A Good Idea What is a test? The Webster’s New American Dictionary defines a test as “a critical examination or evaluation”. The World Book 2000 Encyclopedia defines testing as “an attempt to measure a person’s knowledge, intelligence, or other characteristics in a systematic way”. The Wisconsin 2004 freshmen will have to take a graduation test in order to graduate their senior year. They have four chances to pass the graduation examination. This paper will explain

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    Wisconsin is a state rich with culture, with each and every culture celebrated. One of the most important cultures within Wisconsin is the Native American culture. This state was even named using the Ojibwe language. “Wishkongsing” is the Ojibwe name for the Wisconsin River and also where the name of our great state came from. There are several tribes present in Wisconsin besides the Ojibwe: the Menominee, Ho-Chunk, and Potawatomi tribes. The Menominee, or “wild rice people,” are the original inhabitants

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    Hate Crimes and The Mitchell v. Wisconsin Decision The American Heritage Dictionary defines hate as intense dislike or animosity. However, defining hate as the basis for a crime is not as easy without possibly jeopardizing constitutional rights in the process. Hate crime laws generally add enhanced punishments to existing statues. A hate crime law seeks to treat a crime, if it can be demonstrated that the offense was a hate crime differently from the way it would be treated under ordinary criminal

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    understood from multiple angles. Wisconsin Votes, by Robert Booth Fowler, aims to express the electoral history of Wisconsin by comprehensively examining major periods in time and the parties of influence during these periods. This book aims to explain the phenomena of Wisconsin voting history through explanation of the history of voting. By examining trends, social standpoints, and socio-economic variables, we can have a greater understanding of the history of Wisconsin. Although this book deals primarily

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    Wisconsin v. Yoder is the case in which members of an old order Amish family were restricted from removing their children from school after completing the 8th grade. These families argued that the states compulsory educational law violated their right to exercise their religion freely. The Amish lead a simple way of life and higher education is not only deemed unnecessary but also endangers their traditional values. They believe that the values their children will learn at home outweigh the knowledge

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    The Wisconsin Card Sorting Test (WCST) is often known as an ideal neuropsychological test of set-shifting ability. During the WCST a number of incentive cards are shown to the participant or patient, the participant is told to sort the cards in the correct order; without being told the correct order the participant is just told whether or not the order is right or wrong. Before they started using the computer based test the WCST used paper cards and was carried out with the experimenter on one side

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    Beer Battle Over Motion 414

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    state of Wisconsin is known for two things, our dairy and our beer. Even the state’s baseball team is called the Brewers. Craft brewers throughout the state have recently been under fire because of the recent state budget bill that has passed which included motion 414. This law ends the ability for micro-brewers to sell their beer directly to retailers. The new law is designed to keep MillerCoors competitive with Anheiser-Busch/In-Bev. This act will help major beer companies in Wisconsin at the unfair

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    MICHAEL CAIN

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    MICHAEL CAIN Michael Cain is an attorney for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR) and he came to talk to us about the evolution of the public trust doctrine in Wisconsin dealing with navigable water and current development issues related to the public trust. The doctrine states that a sizable body of common law has developed which holds that all navigable waters are held in trust by the state for the public and through the DNR Department of Justice and District Attorneys they

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