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Resolved: In the United States, juveniles charged with violent felonies ought to be treated as adult

Mr.alwaysright
Danielle

Resolved: In the United States, juveniles charged with violent felonies ought to be treated as adults in the criminal justice system. I would like to thank my opponent for participating in this debate. First I will define words from the debate topic. The definitions of juveniles, violent felonies, and criminal justice I found on worldwebnet.princeton.edu. Juveniles is defined as "a person who is under age (usually below 18), who is found to have committed a crime in states which...

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Resolve: The federal government should substancially increase social services for people in poverty.

Mr.alwaysright
Danielle

Intro: The federal government should substantially increase social services for people in poverty. I believe the federal government can and should do this. Three main ways the federal government could substantially increase social services are through Medicaid, Education, and Minimum wage. The federal government can do this by extending each of these topics programs. Medicaid- I think fraud on Medicaid's punishment should be worse than what it is now. Instead of a five year imprisonment I bel...

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resolved states ougth not posses nuclear weapons

Mr.alwaysright
CiRrK

Intro: States ought not posse's nuclear weapons. I'd like to thank my opponent for getting involved with my debate. Here are the definitions that I used to define my resolve. "Ought" is used to indicate duty or correctness, typically when criticizing someone's actions. An example is "they ought to respect the law". Ought is also used to indicate a desirable or expected state. The example of this is "he ought to be able to take the initiative". "Ought not" (without "to") is used to advise again...

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