This is the first election year with the same number of millennial voters as baby boomers. Here’s how lobbyists for young people could change our politics on prisons, climate, and student debt.
Araz Hachadourian is an online editorial intern at YES!
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“It’s not about freeloading. It’s about what we’re willing to extend to each other as a society.”