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What makes young people more excited about politics? Deciding how to spend municipal budgets

Young people, like many Americans, deeply distrust government. In fact, according to one survey conducted in spring 2016, faith and confidence in the federal government among 18- to 29-year-olds is at a historical low: below 23 percent, down from 36 percent in 2000. It’s hardly a surprise that young Americans’ voting turnout rates remain anemic. Participatory budgeting […]
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