Young Voices Associate Cathy Reisenwitz Published by The Chicago Tribune

Today the Chicago Tribune republished a column by Young Voices Associate Cathy Reisenwitz, Millennials Are Opting Out Of Obamacare Because It’s Not Insurance:

The problem with this plan is that it hoses young, relatively poor people like me right when we least need high bills for services they’re not using. And it helps older, relatively rich people who should be able to afford the care they need. If America’s downtrodden and struggling young people are smart, they’ll opt out. Then it’ll be up to the federal government to fine them enough to make up for the shortfall.

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Young Voices Associate Cathy Reisenwitz Published by Forbes

Today Forbes published a column by Young Voices Associate Cathy Reisenwitz, Millennials Are Opting Out Of Obamacare Because It’s Not Insurance:

The problem with this plan is that it hoses young, relatively poor people like me right when we least need high bills for services they’re not using. And it helps older, relatively rich people who should be able to afford the care they need. If America’s downtrodden and struggling young people are smart, they’ll opt out. Then it’ll be up to the federal government to fine them enough to make up for the shortfall.

Read the rest here.

Young Voices Advocate Clark Ruper Published by Antiwar.com

Yestereday Antiwar.com published a column by Young Voices Associate Clark Ruper, Drones and the Human Cost of War:

The prompt for a recent Atlantic Community call for articles on utilizing drones for military purposes asks “When do we have to start considering human rights violations and what the consequences of that might be?” As an American whose government has been a pioneer in deploying drones offensively in war zones, that question is of primary importance and ought to be addressed before the practicality of drones comes into question. And while we should consider what current global norms could prevent abuse of these technologies, we should be equally concerned with the inverse, namely, the impact these technologies could have on our norms and attitudes toward warfare in the future.

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