Lawmakers Take Part in MAP Future Summit

Lawmakers Take Part in MAP Future Summit

“I was honored to spend the weekend with a group of young leaders from around the country who are on the frontlines of preparing positive public policy for generations to come,” Jones said in a statement. “As a member of the bipartisan Florida Future Caucus, I’ve seen firsthand how much we can accomplish when we focus on innovative and forward-looking solutions to the problems our state is facing.”

Younger Evangelicals Give Us a Reason for Hope

Younger Evangelicals Give Us a Reason for Hope

“Young people in general tend to be more idealistic and less partisan. So it’s not surprising that younger evangelicals, who believe in Christian ideals such as caring for the poor and conserving the environment, are asking questions and are not rubber stamps for the President simply because of his partisan affiliation." 

Reps. Gallagher and Murphy Talk Bipartisanship Among Younger Members

Reps. Gallagher and Murphy Talk Bipartisanship Among Younger Members

Freshman Reps. Mike Gallagher, a Wisconsin Republican, and Stephanie Murphy, a Florida Democrat, represent the sentiment that the younger members in Congress strive to be more bipartisan. Vice co-chairs of the Congressional Future Caucus, a group of members under the age of 45, Gallagher and Murphy spoke together Wednesday at a panel hosted by the Millennial Action Project.

Mississippi leads the U.S. in losing Millennials

Mississippi leads the U.S. in losing Millennials

According to a governing.com analysis of the recently reported state-by-state Census data, no other state in the country lost more Millennials. “We have yet to give young people a reason to stay and invest in Mississippi,” says Jeramey Anderson. 

After Words with Senator Ben Sasse

After Words with Senator Ben Sasse

Senator Ben Sasse (R-NE) talked about his book The Vanishing American Adult: Our Coming-of-Age Crisis--and How to Rebuild a Culture of Self-Reliance, in which he looks at how to engage adolescents and young adults to become independent, active, and engaged citizens. He was interviewed by Steven Olikara.

Can Young House Democrats and Republicans Save Congress From Destroying Itself?

Can Young House Democrats and Republicans Save Congress From Destroying Itself?

The Future Caucus, formed in partnership with the nonprofit Millennial Action Project, instead makes an explicitly generational pitch. As MAP founder Steven Olikara puts it, the caucus invites its 29 members to think of themselves as peers with a set of shared problems to solve, instead of the latest wave of foot soldiers in a decades-old battle for Washington.