Economy Shrinks, 50% of US Feels Squeeze : Politics Podcast Fifty percent of Americans said they or someone in their household has either lost hours or a job because of the coronavirus, as the economy rapidly shrinks. Also, Delaware is set to allow voters with disabilities to vote online in November, renewing debates over election security.

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Half Of Households Financially Impacted By Coronavirus. It Could Get Worse.

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Half Of Households Financially Impacted By Coronavirus. It Could Get Worse.

Half Of Households Financially Impacted By Coronavirus. It Could Get Worse.

Half Of Households Financially Impacted By Coronavirus. It Could Get Worse.

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Fifty percent of Americans said they or someone in their household has either lost hours or a job because of the coronavirus, as the economy rapidly shrinks. Also, Delaware is set to allow voters with disabilities to vote online in November, renewing debates over election security.

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