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Credit card companies are trying to incentivize spending during the pandemic. Plus: Americans are producing a lot more residential trash and how New York subway cuts could hurt essential workers.
Segments From this episode
Does Trump's payroll tax deferral mean save now, pay later?
While the federal government will take the temporary payroll tax break, some employers will skip it.
Credit card companies need people to spend
Many credit card companies are launching new cards to capitalize on shifting consumer spending.
As offices stay dark, what's happening to lunch spots?
“New York is being emptied out. And you can feel it at the store level.”
More working from home means we're generating more residential trash
Meanwhile, closed offices, stores and stadiums have been producing a lot less commercial garbage.
Proposed cuts to New York City subway could make life worse for many
Service reductions would hurt essential workers most. The system is seeking a federal funding bailout.
Southeastern produce growers say they need trade relief
The USMCA trade agreement has not relieved their concerns about Mexican imports. The situation is dire, a Georgia blueberry farmer says.
How one full-time RV-er found community on the road
Selling her house and moving into an Airstream trailer helped Mary D’Rozario create a new life.
Music from the episode
Pink + White Frank Ocean
Blue Clouds Modeselektor
To Zion (feat. Carlos Santana) Ms. Lauryn Hill, Carlos Santana
Ungodly Fruit Wax Tailor
Edge of Town Middle Kids
Nancy Farghalli Executive Producer
Daisy Palacios Senior Producer
Maria Hollenhorst Producer
Sean McHenry Associate Producer