About this Effort

The NewUSA Issues Forum™ is designed to produce a comprehensive and often inter-related set of proposals for dealing with a broad array of topics and issues impacting on our localities, states, regions and, most importantly, our country. The Forum is based on the premise that there are many useful approaches to dealing with issues, which while initially at odds, can be melded into a synthesized proposal. This does not, however, eliminate the possibilty that one approach or another may by itself be the most appropriate and/or useful. At any time during the development of these solutions, any person or organization that wants to “adopt” or “adapt” the proposal to advocate or use in the public arena to benefit others should feel free to do so. Any elected or appointed government or agency official who sees the benefit of any solution should also take advantage of it, and move forward with change. If and when a topic suggestion/solution is used for public good, a comment recognizing the NewUSA Issues Forum™ would be appreciated. 

Spreading the Word About the NewUSA Issues ForumĀ®

If you believe that this deliberative effort is worthwhile, please distribute the website address of the NewUSA Issues ForumĀ® to those who you believe might want to participate. We welcome a thoughtful sharing of ideas. This is a community project!

About The Founder

The Founder and President of NewUSA Issues Forum is Martin L. Meltz, Ph.D. He is a retired biomedical research scientist, Full Professor, businessman, corporate officer, and long-time community volunteer. He was born and raised in New York State, lived and worked for 35 years in Texas, and is now living in California. Martin has sponsored the development of this issues forum to allow Americans of different political viewpoints to work together to propose solutions to common problems.

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Moderators Needed

Do you have a solution to an American problem? Are you willing to post it and then receive input and constructive criticism, or substitute a better suggestion received from others, including those with a different position then you have? Are you willing to synthesize a better solution? Are you prepared to volunteer your time, without renumeration, to moderate the topic? If so, visit Role of a Moderator, and volunteer!
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