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Do the health risks of vape products and e-cigarettes outweigh the benefits?

August 31, 2022

Click here to edit the dot navigation module. This text is only for editing and will not appear after you publish the changes. Investigate Contemplate debate Immigration Reform E-cigarettes have become increasingly popular in recent years. Originally meant as an alternative for tobacco smokers, vape product use has risen amongst young people, including teenagers. Marketing…

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Are Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies the future of money?

August 3, 2022

Click here to edit the dot navigation module. This text is only for editing and will not appear after you publish the changes. Investigate Contemplate debate Immigration Reform Invented in 2009, Bitcoin has since popularized cryptocurrency in a massive way. Largely unregulated by the federal government, cryptocurrency offers its users a way to exchange funds…

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Should illegal drugs be decriminalized?

July 6, 2022

Click here to edit the dot navigation module. This text is only for editing and will not appear after you publish the changes. Investigate Contemplate debate Immigration Reform Gerrymandering, or drawing legislative and congressional district lines to benefit the party in power, has been a political tactic since the 1800s. But as the nation grows…

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"Baseball at Night" 1934, by Morris Kantor

Should art be publicly funded?

June 1, 2022

Click here to edit the dot navigation module. This text is only for editing and will not appear after you publish the changes. Investigate Contemplate debate Immigration Reform In 1935, as part of the New Deal, the U.S. Government funded the Federal Art Project, which employed visual artists to create murals, paintings, sculpture, photography, and…

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Are unpaid internships ethical?

May 4, 2022

Click here to edit the dot navigation module. This text is only for editing and will not appear after you publish the changes. Investigate Contemplate debate Immigration Reform Gerrymandering, or drawing legislative and congressional district lines to benefit the party in power, has been a political tactic since the 1800s. But as the nation grows…

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