This week on Moving Forward, the Young Voices radio show, we hear from contributors Thomas Irwin, Leslie Corbly and Sean Themea, along with staffer Jason Reed.
City officials who are looking to make their cities more livable for more residents need to consider reforming one of the most misguided planning ideas. Thomas Irwin explains the case against parking minimums.
When it comes to fighting crime, bail reform is an often overlooked remedy. Jason Reed says bail reform is good for law and order.
Those tasked with public safety sometimes seek to find ways to evade the constitutional limits on their power. Leslie Corbly spells out why sometimes the public needs protection from public safety agencies.
Politicians seem eager to forgive student loan debt while ignoring bigger problems within higher education. Sean Themea recommends that they cancel the higher education cartel, not student debt.
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