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On December 21 1970 the Supreme Court of the United States made a decision that would drastically affect the lives of many yong adults By a vote of five to four the Court declared that eighteen year olds could vote in National Elections provided they meet the normal requirements of citizenship residency and registration issued by their homes states Mitchell 1 This was a great step for youths in both political and nonpolitical aspects in the way that it shows responsibility and awareness in our society Since the majority of those affected by this policy are either in school or full time members of the woking field they will likely recieve a lower income therefore feeling the impact of the rising cost of living and education Public policies have a great impact on the eitheen to twenty year old voters For example economic policies affecting their basic life chances and policies regarding their lifestyle and personal liberties By its policies government can grant or deny substantial benefits to young workers and students Likewise it can impose heavy burdens and controls such as budget cuts These cuts could cause state legislators to reduce spending on education and increase tuition andor fees That could cause great controversy among youth who depend on government funds to better their education possibly setting back their efforts Since the erly 1900s youth have shown leadership by expressing their ideas and opinions with strong and persuasive actions many of which contribute to their awareness and impact on society today For example if our government can trust our youth to be mature and capable of enlisting in the military at the age of eighteen then they are mature enough to vote as to who the commander in chief will be If one is considered capable of scarificing thier life for the lives of America by handling both the mental and physical burdens brought by war then
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