This week on Moving Forward, the Young Voices radio show, we hear from contributors Tyler Curtis, Torben Halbe, Sophia Worringer and Quinn Townsend.

The issue of student loan forgiveness continues to be a sore spot for many. Tyler Curtis points out that if we’re serious about reforming student loans, requiring a down payment would be a good starting point.

The pushback against teaching Critical Race Theory in public schools is growing. Torben Halbe shares his thoughts on how to create effective opposition to CRT.

With the passing of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II, it’s fitting to recognize the impact of her leadership as a woman. Sophia Worringer reminds us that Her Majesty the Queen was proudly feminine, but not a modern feminist.

Energy development in the U.S. is a long uphill climb right now. Quinn Townsend says, there’s hope but without states involvement in the permitting process, reform won’t be as effective.

ABOUT MOVING FORWARD: Young Voices sponsors a weekly radio show for our contributors to discuss pressing policy issues and their latest work. Moving Forward with Young Voices is hosted by Bryan Hyde and broadcasts on Radio St. George 100.3FM (KDXI-LP), a terrestrial radio station in Utah. It is also available to stream as a podcast on over 40 platforms including Podbean, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify and YouTube.

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