During a recent interview with with the civic media organization A Starting Point (ASP), Beyer was asked what areas of the current U.S. tax system need the most improvement.
Getting young people politically involve requires people to be willing to those who disagree with them, according to BridgeUSA's Ross Irwin.
"We shouldn't go back to the schools of March 2020—that's a low bar," Cardona said.
Johnson, a Republican from South Dakota, said that a minimum wage hike "is a lot about young people," while Takano, a Democrat from California, argued its impact would be greatest on low-income older adults.
During an interview with the civic media organization A Starting Point (ASP), Hogan spoke about hate crimes against Asian Americans and was asked if he believes that the federal government or state leaders should increase the penalty for hate crimes.
"H.R. 8 and say it's not the intention of it to create criminals, but it's exactly what it does," the Oklahoma congressman argued.
Kim advocated for Congress to pass legislation that gives DACA recipients a way of remaining in the U.S. but stopped short of calling for citizenship.
"You're not going to see real change if people can do things with impunity," the New Jersey Democrat said.
Representatives Jan Schakowsky and Kelly Armstrong agreed that gun laws should move away from targeting those with mental health issues, but they differed on red flag laws that allow police or family members from temporarily removing firearms from individuals.
The United States helping to create economic opportunities in other countries could reduce the number of people who see America as their "only hope," according to Senator Alex Padilla.
Miller-Meeks says relying too heavily on ratings could prompt hospitals to close and potentially skew which patients are admitted.
China is using its large economic power to discourage American companies like Nike and Coca-Cola from speaking out against their genocide against the Uighurs, Waltz added.
The Michigan governor spoke with actors Chris Evans and Mark Kassen about homegrown domestic terrorism, which she said is "a real and growing concern."
A recent study found about 20 percent of those who have been charged in connection with the riot at the U.S. Capitol on January 6 have served in the military.
"We need to reinstitute the 'Stay in Mexico' policy. We need to make sure that the border wall is constructed. We need to start building it again," the congressman from Georgia said.
As the Biden administration considers reentering the Iran Nuclear Deal, Representatives Jim Himes (D-CT) and Michael Waltz (R-FL) give their opinions on whether or not the United States should rejoin the deal.
Rep. Michael Waltz (R-FL) discusses the extension of the New START Treaty, speaking about his concerns over the treaty’s lack of inclusion of nonstrategic nuclear weapons, which Russia is rapidly developing.
Representative Kim Schrier (D-WA), a pediatrician, and Representative Greg Murphy (R-NC), a urologist, draw on both their congressional and medical experience to discuss the effect the COVID pandemic has had on students’ physical and mental health.