Samir Gambhir, one of the authors of the study, said it is single-family zoning that is keeping towns segregated. He says by resisting multi-family developments in their communities, residents are slamming the door on those with lower incomes. But is he concerned the study will paint people with the broad brush of racism when they’re just living in a place they want to live? … [Read more...] about Study Reveals Marin County Is Home To 6 Of 10 Most Segregated Bay Area Cities
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Economists have warned that without further aid, families across the country will struggle in coming months to pay bills, make rent, afford food and avoid eviction. But Congress has hit a stalemate in negotiations to provide further rescue aid to jobless individuals and struggling businesses, states and localities. Negotiations, led by Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, are continuing, although prospects appear dim. … [Read more...] about U.S. layoffs remain elevated as 898,000 seek jobless aid
The viral outbreak is threatening to upend the improvement in the job market in recent months. The unemployment rate plunged a full percentage point in October to 6.9% while employers added a solid 640,000 new jobs. Yet weekly applications for jobless aid remain at historically high levels. The applications likely include some people who lost jobs weeks ago but who have had to wait for states to process their claims. Some of them might not have filed for benefits until last week even though they were laid off earlier. … [Read more...] about 709,000 seek U.S. jobless aid as pandemic escalates