What next for the housing market?
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Also on today's show: challenging weeks ahead for many Louisiana households and what went wrong for a small but significant subset of Paycheck Protection Program borrowers.
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Home prices are now up 41% since 2006, before the housing market crash that zapped the economy.
"The longer the power's off, the more of a threat to a person's life safety," a former FEMA administrator says.
Kelli LaFont and Lauren Pyle both know they, not their husbands, will stay home if their children are exposed to COVID-19.
The reasons range from disparities created by Medicaid to racism in health care, according to experts.
So far, more than $27 billion worth of Paycheck Protection Program loans must be paid back.