This week on Moving Forward, the Young Voices radio show, we hear from contributors Leslie Corbly, Tyler Curtis, Kelsey Grant and Micah Safsten.
Is there collusion between social media giants and the Dept. of Homeland Security in suppressing dissenting voices online? Leslie Corbly explains how a key lawsuit could reveal just how blurry the lines between social media and government have become.
Rising fuel prices are sparking renewed interest in repealing a 1920 act that artificially limits the number of cargo ships and raises prices to transport goods. Tyler Curtis wonders if the Jones Act is on its way out.
The recently passed Inflation Reduction Act has a heavy focus on climate change policy. Kelsey Grant says Republicans should use this as an opportunity to revamp their climate change strategy.
Public trust doctrine won’t be enough to save the Great Salt Lake which is rapidly going dry. Micah Safsten says proper incentives would do the trick.
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