Poverty dipped in 2020 as the government boosted aid
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Also on today's show: migration brought on by climate change, small business owners raise prices and the plan to rescue Colorado's beloved Casa Bonita.
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What the heck is going on with inflation?
Julie Smith of Lafayette chats about just how transitory the inflation we're experiencing could be.
The National Federation of Independent Business reports nearly half of small businesses surveyed raised prices in August.
The Census Bureau's supplemental poverty measure showed a big decline from 2019, despite a year of pandemic-induced economic disruption.
Sociologist David Meyer talks about how the movement drew attention to economic inequality and influenced contemporary U.S. politics.
And the mass migrations could start within a decade, according to a new report from the World Bank.
Our reporter goes behind the scenes at a childhood favorite, which may soon be in the hands of Trey Parker and Matt Stone.