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PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs are classrooms, after-school programs and clubs around the country producing original, inspiring reports about how national and global issues affect local communities.
Devin Bauer asks the next president how they will trim national debt.
Concerned citizen Miles Naberhaus believes mass government surveillance does more harm than good.
According to Emily Gilmore, the next president should encourage Americans to be more inclusive and tolerant to those from diverse backgrounds.
Jack Bozarth is curious what the next president will do for those in need around the world.
Thomas McGuane wants the next president to practice what they preach by actually protecting the environment.
Tyler Olson wants the next president to know that everyone deserves equal access to opportunities.
Jack Kreuzer's spoken word poem tries to capture the struggles of working class Americans and asks the future president to raise the minimum wage.
Natalia Merukeb believes women should have the ability to make reproductive decisions for themselves.
Sumiya Tamannur wants the next president to make ethics a mandatory part of the high school curriculum just like any other subject.
Andrea Hunter believes her generation is too hung up political correctness, allowing themselves to be distracted by minor disagreements.