This week on Moving Forward, the Young Voices radio show, we hear from contributors Kate Farmer, April Liu, Sarah Montalbano, and Luke Hogg.
With kids entering the world of social media at a younger age than ever, serious concerns are arising. Kate Farmer says it’s time for schools to teach social media literacy.
When a government agency sets out to do you a favor, it’s good to first ask some questions. April Liu points out that the recent non-compete ban proposed by the FTC is just another sign of mission creep.
The influence that Washington D.C. exerts of people and places far from the nation’s capitol isn’t always a positive influence. Sarah Montalbano says let Alaska develop its natural resources.
Big tech has been on the radar of Republicans in Congress for some time now. Luke Hogg explains how the TEAM Act could present an opportunity for Republican unity.
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