Tag: Economic Justice

COVID-era funding largesse for health care about to end

America’s three-year experiment with an approximation of European-style universal health care will come to an end May 11 when the federal public health emergency brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic expires. A series of health-care and insurance-coverage provisions that were

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Atlanta jobs: a story of upbeat caution

Atlanta’s economic optimism has turned a bit cautious. Hiring is solid if unspectacular, but layoffs are few — signs that employers are aware of potential economic trouble and don’t want to be overextended. But they also have plenty of business

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