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The United States federal government should substantially increase its protection of water resources in the United States. (Argument Outline)

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The United States federal government should substantially increase its protection of water resources in the United States. (Argument Outline)

Daily Update. Topicality USFG(a) Central government in Washington, DC(b) All 3 branches SHOULD (a) Ought SUBSTANTIALLY (a) of real worth or importance(b) In the mail(c) Without material qualification(d) A certain percentage INCREASE (a) To make greater WATER RESOURCES IN (a) “In” means “throughout”(b) “In means “within” UNITED STATES (a) Everywhere(b) Military resources(c) federal lands(d) Tribal areas Advantages Agriculture (article)Health Harms(a) General(b) Small particulatesEnvironmental HarmsEPA CredibilityRacism/Environmental Justice TerrorismWater Shortages (article) Water

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The United States federal government should substantially increase its protection of water resources in the United States. (Daily Update)

PFAS chemicals in water need regulated by the federal government.  These chemicals are deadly in the body and threaten the environment Annie Sneed, 1-22, 21, Scientific American, Forever Chemicals Are Widespread in U.S. Drinking Water, https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/forever-chemicals-are-widespread-in-u-s-drinking-water/ [Full study referenced in the article — https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/acs.estlett.0c00713] Many Americans fill up a glass of water from their faucet without worrying whether it might be dangerous. But the crisis of lead-tainted water in Flint,

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Policy Camp 2020 Caselist

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Prison Abolition Affirmative and Negative (Amar Adam)

Amar Adam AmarĀ AdamĀ is Assistant Debate Coach at the University of Kentucky, one of the premier college debate programs in the United States and home of the Tournament of Champions. He currently coaches the top-ranked team in the United States. Over the past 5 years, Amar has had an impressive record of accomplishments in college debate as both a student and a coach. As a student, he captained the University of

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Plea bargaining affirmative and negative PLUS bibliography

Affirmative — General Coercive plea bargaining has poisoned the criminal justice system (2020) Innocence is irrelevant in the age of the plea bargain (2017) The Deal You Can’t Refuse — The Troubling Spread of Plea Bargaining (2018) Coerced Consent: Plea Bargaining, the Trial Penalty, and American Racism (2019). Mental Competency Law And Plea Bargaining: A Neurophenomenological Critique (2016).Ā  Discussion of neoliberalism in a paper on plea-bargaining may seem superfluous, perhaps

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Criminal Justice Reform Capitalism — Specific Links (James Allan) and Backfiles

James AllanĀ is an experienced and hard-working member of the policy debate community, taking part as a competitor, coach, and judge for the past nine years. He attended Lakeland High School in New York where he focused mostly on ‘traditional’ policy debate argumentation, ultimately earning one bid to the Tournament of Champions and finishing sixth overall at the NSDA Championships. In college, James pivoted towards the critical side of the argumentative