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2017 National Convening
At the Westin St. Francis in downtown San Francisco
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Stephanie Chang is this month's featured YEO
Read the Q&A here
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Statements from the YEO Network
Read the Clean Power Plan Resolution in full
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2015 Policy Book
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To me, the YEO Network represents all of the reasons we can be optimistic about America's political future - ideologically, demographically, and morally. I'm proud to be a part of it.
State Sen. Kate Bolz, Lincoln, NE
Powerful and dedicated group of young leaders with a future of growing influence and leadership. Our communities, our cities, our states, our nation, and our world need the YEO Network.
Neighborhood Council Board Member Wesley Farrow, Los Angeles, CA
It is a great concept with unlimited potential and opportunity to change the face of America.
County Board Supervisor Khalif J. Rainey, Milwaukee, WI
The network is the biggest base of support for young electeds.
Assemblyman David Bowen, Milwaukee, WI
The YEO Network allows me to be in a safe space that nurtures my ideas for my community… I always leave [National Convening] recharged and focused.
State Representative Alan Williams, Tallahassee, FL
The YEO Network is hands-down the greatest thing that has happened to me since I have been an elected official.
City Councilman Julian Mctizic, Bolivar, TN
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Nebraska YEO Saving Lives

On Thursday August 24th, Nebraska state legislator Adam Morfeld passed into law resolution LB 487 which provides limited immunity from drug possession charges for people who are seeking medical assistance because of a drug overdose. The law applies to both the person experiencing the drug overdose and the people requesting medical assistance for them. Representative […]

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