Sep 22, 2020
Voting is already difficult enough for people who are homeless
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The pandemic makes it harder. Plus, whether recent stock market gains can be attributed to faith in a COVID-19 vaccine, a preview of Fed Chair Jerome Powell's week in Washington, an update on political fundraising and Tesla's new car batteries.
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Can recent stock market gains be attributed to faith in a COVID-19 vaccine?
Or are other economic indicators more responsible? Jeffrey Cleveland, chief economist at Payden and Rygel, has more.
On Capitol Hill this week, Fed Chair Jerome Powell expected to call on Congress for more COVID-19 relief spending
Karen Petrou, managing partner of the Washington-based economic consulting firm Federal Financial Analytics, has more.
Elon Musk says Tesla's new batteries won't reach high-volume production until 2022
Marketplace's Kristin Schwab reports.
Some campaign fundraising websites saw a spike in donations after the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
The pandemic has limited access to information about how to vote and what the issues are.
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