This week on Moving Forward, the Young Voices radio show, we hear from contributors Miranda Spindt, Jeremiah Ludwig, Sofia Hamilton, and Benjamin Khoshbin.
Wisconsin is considering a flat tax proposal and it’s generating a fair amount of controversy. Miranda Spindt says if the flat tax is paired with the right policies, it could result in a tax system that benefits everyone.
The Federal Trade Commission’s plan to ban non-compete agreements may not be as helpful to workers as some think. Jeremiah Ludwig explains how such a policy could keep pizza delivery guys shuttling pies for life.
School districts are considering a variety of ways to recruit and keep good teachers. Sofia Hamilton says these districts need a lesson on economics if they wish to avoid unintended consequences.
Civilian nuclear energy is a growing possibility in the quest for clean, affordable energy. Benjamin Khoshbin lays out how the U.S. can use nuclear energy exports to deter Russia and China.
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