This week on Moving Forward, the Young Voices radio show, we hear from contributors Ganon Evans, Noah Gould, Benjamin Khoshbin, and Parker McCumber.
The effects of federal involvement with farming are being felt in the wake of the recent near shut down. Ganon Evans says the best way to make the current Farm Bill effective is to remove anything wasteful.
Lasting answers to homelessness require a bit more than simply throwing some money at it. Noah Gould explains why cash transfers are no solution to the homeless.
Should overpopulation be a major concern in regards to climate change? Benjamin Khoshbin says increasing the birth rate is critical to combating climate change.
With another general election just a year away, there’s growing attention being focused on the electoral college. Parker McCumber says it’s an essential part of safeguarding the Republic and the Constitution.
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