Jarrell Dillard

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Job Openings Fall To Lowest Since 2021 In Broad Cooldown

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The decline helped lower a ratio closely watched by the Federal Reserve to the lowest level in nearly three years.

Housing Affordability Near Record Low Hits Black Buyers Particularly Hard

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Many Black buyers haven't benefited from rising home equity.

U.S. Jobless Claims Are An Unreliable Indicator Of Tight Labor Market

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The latest weekly data showed initial claims at 187,000

More Than One-Third Of American Workers Turn To Freelance Jobs In 2023

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Some took side gigs to supplement their income, others turned away from traditional full-time jobs entirely.

Child Poverty Rates Are Soaring, Forcing States To Step In With Tax Credits

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States including New Mexico, Maryland and Minnesota have adopted some form of tax credit for families.

Democrats Are Drafting A Proposal To Ban Congressional Stock Trades

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Stock trading by lawmakers is an issue that has united progressive Democrats and conservative Republicans.

Biden Drags His Feet On Student Loan Plan As Allies Urge Bold Action

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President Joe Biden has not made up his mind about many details of the plan, including how much debt to forgive.

Biden Eyes Targeted Student-Loan Forgiveness Starting At $10,000

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President Joe Biden rejected a proposal by progressives to forgive $50,000 of debt per borrower.

Congress Is Running Out Of Time For Lawmaker Stock Trade Ban

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Still unresolved is whether members should be able to hold blind trusts and what restrictions would apply to spouses

Ocasio-Cortez Says She's Open To Reviewing SALT Cap, Opposes Repeal

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One of the leaders of the Democratic Party's progressive wing expressed a willingness to raise the SALT cap limit.

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