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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Jeff Frazee
"Sen. McCain's ideas are literally a dying breed in the Republican Party," insists Jeff Frazee, executive director of Young Americans for Liberty, which boasts 125,000 members on dozens of college campuses.
Jeff Frazee, executive director of Young Americans for Liberty, said the best route for Republicans would be to take the more libertarian approach of continuing to stress fiscal responsibility, but perhaps take a softer stance on social issues such as drug policy and same-sex marriage.