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Advocate Rebecca Published in TownHall

Advocate Rebecca Furdek was published in TownHallabout a eminent domain abuse.

Not only is private reshuffling of property by government unconstitutional, but it’s disrespectful to any hardworking individual who falls victim to such poor policy. It’s time that bureaucrats stop restricting private entrepreneurs from flourishing by stripping away their fairly earned property rights. It’s time to celebrate property investment and entrepreneurship, not condemn it.

Read the rest of the piece here.

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Advocate Clark Featured on New Show The Square Circle

Young Voices Advocate Clark Ruper was featured on the new show, The Square Circle, discussing whether Obamacare is a job killer, whether income inequality is a problem, whether the White House is dragging its feet on the Keystone XL pipeline, and whether Obama’s Syria policy is working.

The Square Circle–Cole Stangler of In These Times, Nick Brana (formerly of the Terry McAuliffe campaign), Michael Bastasch of the Daily Caller News Foundation, and Clark Ruper of Young Voices Advocates–discuss these issues.

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Advocate Rachel’s Letter to the Editor Published in the Falls Church News-Press

Young Voices Advocate Rachel Burger was published in the Falls Church News-Press about Virginia’s gay marriage ban.

If Virginia recognizes these benefits associated with marriage – a right as defined in Meyer v. Nebraska – then let these consenting adults marry for love. I agree with Virginia Solicitor General Stuart Raphael: Upholding the gay marriage ban would force the state to stand on the wrong side of history. I hope to be a member of the first Southern state to legalize gay marriage in the coming weeks.

Read the rest of the piece here.

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