What we might see in the new year
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On today's show: A look at how more COVID-19 relief might play out in 2021. Plus, Texas food banks say they could be short millions of pounds of food.
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The Weekly Wrap: new year, same problems
"Marketplace" host Reema Khrais talks to the New York Times’ Jeanna Smialek and journalist David Gura about the impacts of the relief bill on the economy and what it means for the year to come.
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act required many employers to offer COVID-related paid sick and family leave. Not anymore.
At a time of unprecedented need, a state program that provides fresh produce to food banks saw its funding cut.
Oil giants are expected to sit out the bidding, which would mean low lease prices and measly royalties for the government.
Researchers are looking for alternative technologies that could offer safer, greener solutions.