Economic recovery: one step forward, several steps back
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On today's show: Biden's relief plan is good news, but unemployment remains high and there's a serious risk for increased homelessness.
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Industries like hospitality, which tend to be low wage and employ more Black and Latinx workers, have been particularly hard hit by the pandemic.
COVID-related unemployment could cause about 600,000 people to become homeless over the next three years, according to a report from the Economic Roundtable.
Private parties can decide whose speech they want to distribute. That's a First Amendment right, not a Section 230 right.
Three economic historians weigh in.
A tea shop supplier and a brush manufacturer switched to making masks after the lockdown. But the gamble didn't pay off.