Two UW-Madison student organizations representing marginalized communities are suing the Student Services Finance Committee after they were denied eligibility for General Student Services Funding.
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Amid accusations of incomplete documentation and outdated standing rules, the Multicultural Student Coalition is suing the Student Services Finance Committee after being denied eligibility for General Student Services funding.
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