Economy, inflation and health care are top concerns among Latino voters in Pa.
The survey found that younger Latino voters in Pennsylvania – those under 40 – are less likely to believe the Democratic Party cares about them.
New report from Sen. Bob Casey outlines impact of ‘greedflation’
The 16-page report is based on research from the Federal Reserve that found “corporate profits contributed a large percentage to inflation in the first year and contributed much less in the second” after the pandemic.
Borrowers weigh personal, professional options as student loan payments resume
Economists say that hundreds of dollars spent on monthly student loan payments is a loss to the economy and could hurt consumer spending, affect workers’ decisions to stay at their current job or look elsewhere, and delay new home purchases.
As employers expand artificial intelligence in hiring, few states have rules
Legislators are ‘late to the party’ on laws concerning artificial intelligence.
Harm of anti-LGBTQ laws includes economic pain for communities, families
Roberto Che Espinoza had been thinking about leaving Tennessee after the 2024 election, but in June they noticed that the state attorney general was seeking medical records on gender-affirming medical care, which Espinoza, a nonbinary transgender man, said included their own records. “Being on any kind of list … I knew after the release of […]
Workers of the world unite. No, seriously. And friends & family too | Hugh Jackson
The backbone of the 21st century economy, like the backbone of every century’s economy, is labor.
U.S. Department of Agriculture to spend $300M to boost climate data in farming, forestry
Agriculture and forestry are key sectors in advancing Biden’s climate agenda, U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said.
Hbg, state officials vow to rebuild fire-ravaged Broad Street Market | Wednesday Morning Coffee
'The heart of our community was taken from us ... we will rebuild it,' Harrisburg Mayor Wanda Williams said.
Despite pandemic pay boost, low-wage workers still can’t afford basic needs
Their pay bump is the largest in more than 40 years, but inflation is taking a toll.
U.S. economy adds more jobs in June even as hiring slows
Private and public sector jobs saw increase; wages rose.
In 31 states, utilities can shut off electricity for nonpayment in a heat wave | Analysis
America’s power disconnection crisis, explained.
Some states to landlords: You can’t evict tenants without a good reason
‘Just cause’ policies are gaining momentum amid the housing crisis.