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If wages were to rise as fast as prices right now, it could lead to a wage-price spiral, something the Fed is trying to prevent.
Gorge no more!
Today, we check in with Wendy Edelberg from the Hamilton Project. As she explains, consumers have been gorging on products during the pandemic, but as demand pivots away, the prices of durable goods have softened.
Customers are coming back to businesses like restaurants and day spas, but with costs going up, how much should businesses charge?
Nan Kohler of Grist & Toll says she's thinking outside the box to deal with challenges from the pandemic and rising inflation.
A new state policy threatens families and doctors who provide gender-affirming medical care.
While pediatricians support a change, some districts say it would upend child care and work schedules for families.