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Schools are struggling to spend COVID-19 stimulus money quickly enough
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We also find out how inflation is forcing restaurants to get creative and why setting OSHA guidelines takes so long.
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It all depends on how much inflation the central bank sees in the economy.
The rising cost of food is hitting restaurants — and they can only raise prices so much before customers balk.
Housing supply has been an issue for years. Could Americans' love for old homes be part of the problem?
School districts have until September 2024 to spend the money. In a letter to Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona, they say they need more time.
But they could take months or even years to go into effect.