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Household Economics In The Time Of COVID-19

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Mark Lennihan
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AP
A volunteer picks up bags of tomatoes to hand off to slowly moving vehicles at a Foodshare distribution center in East Hartford in May.

New York and Connecticut are moving closer to completely reopening their economies.  But are household incomes feeling the shift?  

Federal programs to help laid off workers are about to end.  So are the holds placed on evictions for renters and mortgage grace periods granted to homeowners.   

Meanwhile, emergency food services in our region say they’re busier than ever.

A conversation with guests:

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