This week on Moving Forward, the Young Voices radio show, we hear from contributors Sarah Montalbano, Kenneth Schrupp, Mike Viola and Jack Rowlett.
Ranked choice voting is getting trendy right now. Sarah Montalbano warns that Alaska’s experience with ranked choice voting was a fiasco and other states should take note.
America’s education system needs reform but not all of the ideas being promoted are sound ones. Kenneth Schrupp explains how universal cash deposits will ruin K-12 like universal loans did to college.
ESG is threading its way through the corporate world. Mike Viola says Republicans should follow Florida’s lead on ESG investing.
Just a couple of weeks ago we were talking about the new British PM Liz Truss. Now she’s out and Rishi Sunak will be named Prime Minister. Jack Rowlett has the details on what’s going on.
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