by Steve Eastman, Wait Til You Hear This
Summer jobs provide many high school and college students their first step toward independence and financial responsibility. These young adults can now meet some of their own needs instead of always looking to Mom and Dad. But Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is using a political litmus test that can rob youth from this growing up experience.
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