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H.J.Res. 68: Supporting the establishment of a Presidential Youth Council.

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68% Support
32% Oppose
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YouthBuild USA 3,786 Facebook fans 4,566 Twitter followers

Supports.

Source: http://www.presiden..._Youth_Council.html

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The Corps Network 1,497 Facebook fans 1,857 Twitter followers

Supports.

Source: http://www.presiden..._Youth_Council.html

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ServeNext.org 1,748 Facebook fans 1,622 Twitter followers

Supports.

Source: http://www.presiden..._Youth_Council.html

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Campaign for a Presidential Youth Council 1,700 Facebook fans 827 Twitter followers

I support the creation of a Presidential Youth Council because it is imperative that young Americans have a substantive voice in policies that will affect them. Today's young people make up over 1/3 of our country’s population and will soon make up an estimated 1/3 of the American electorate, yet lack strong representation at the highest level of government. Creating a bi-partisan Presidential Youth Council will allow young people to provide input and propose solutions to our country’s most pressing problems.

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