This week on Moving Forward, the Young Voices radio show, we hear from contributors Jacob Lane, Daniel Elmore, William Rampe, and Susannah Barnes.
Winning the vote of younger voters this year is going to require some serious effort. Jacob Lane shares how Biden’s SAVE plan seeks to woo young voters with debt forgiveness.
Thanks to higher consumer costs, everyone is spending more on their basic day to day needs. Daniel Elmore explains why we are seeing a discreet erosion of US household savings.
As Congress prepares another multibillion dollar aid package to Ukraine, the cost represents just one part of the problem. William Rampe says, continuing aid to Ukraine also raises the risk of nuclear war.
Battling child poverty has been a priority for politicians for several generations. Susannah Barnes warns that expanding the child tax credit won’t actually help poor children.
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