MOVING FORWARD: Donor Privacy, Housing Shortage, Chicago's Mansion Tax, & America’s Reputation Abroad

This week on Moving Forward, the Young Voices radio show, we hear from contributors Brian Hawkins, Luca Gattoni-Celli, Micky Horstman, and Nate Phipps.

Why are some special interests so intent on getting names of those who donate to nonprofits? Brian Hawkins warns that 31 states are expected to consider legislation that threatens those donors' privacy.

The demand for housing in the U.S. is growing but the market is struggling to meet that demand. Luca Gattoni-Celli says the housing shortage is a literal shortage.

The Mayor of Chicago is asking voters to approve what he calls a "mansion tax" to get the rich to pay their fair share. Micky Horstman explains why Johnson's real estate tax is not going to 'tax the rich'.

Political partisanship is making domestic life miserable here in the U.S. Nate Phipps says it's also hurting our reputation abroad.

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