COVID-19's Economic Impact
Low-income Americans have been hit hardest by the pandemic and its economic fallout.
The CARES Act, passed in March, formed the backbone of a state and federal response that helped get people through the spring and summer. But most of that aid has lapsed or will soon.
Congressional negotiations over a new aid package have gone nowhere.
We explore COVID-19's impact on the homeless and hungry in central Ohio.
- Andy Duehren, Congressional reporter, Wall Street Journal
- Joree Novotney, director of external affairs, Ohio Association of Foodbanks
- Michelle Heritage, executive director, The Community Shelter Board
- Tracy Cloud, CEO, Lower Lights Christian Health Center
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