President’s Administration Hosts Youth Policy Summit

Interagency summit fosters dialogue to shape policies benefiting America’s youth. The Department of Education hosted the inaugural interagency Youth Policy Summit with nearly 90 young people in attendance…

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Education Secretary Announces Grants for High School Career Programs

Funding will go to schools demonstrating promising work transition strategies. The Department of Education announced 19 new grant awards to foster career development programs between high schools and…

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Legislation Would Prohibit Federal Funds for Minor Gender Transitions

Over 40 representatives co-sponsored the bill to prevent taxpayer dollars from being used for transgender procedures on minors. Congressman Rich McCormick of Georgia introduced the Protecting Resources Of…

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Interior Secretary Visits Tribes in Southern U.S.

Her tour highlighted the administration’s commitment to strengthening tribal communities. Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland took a multi-day tour across Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama, where she engaged…

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USDA Partners with AFA to Cultivate Future Agricultural Leaders

The goal is to prepare young people for careers in agriculture in the federal sector. Secretary Tom Vilsack of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) signed a Memorandum…

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Meta Reattempts Court Block of FTC Data Use Agreement

The judge will hear the case regarding the private data of minors on January 29. D.C. District Court Judge Randall Moss has announced that he would hear arguments…

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Federal Judge Rules FTC Can Restrict Meta’s Private Data Use

The company sought to have the dispute with the Federal Trade Commission transferred to the court. The District of Columbia U.S. District Court denied a motion filed by…

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Labor Department Fines Warehouse for Child Labor Violations

The company had minors working in hazardous conditions according to child labor laws. The Department of Labor has issued a fine against a Kentucky warehouse for violating child…

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HHS Funds Teen Pregnancy Prevention Programs

$23 million is being awarded to 30 research projects. The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced $23 million in grant funding through their Teen Pregnancy Prevention…

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Appeals Court Revives Alabama Puberty Blocker Ban

Says that there’s no constitutional right to gender-affirming treatments A three-judge panel at the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled against a challenge to the state of…

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