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Is $400 Million Enough to Protect Elections From Coronavirus Disruptions? One Expert Says No.

The cost of postage alone for vote-by-mail is estimated at $423 million, and an additional $170 million if Congress opted for prepaid postage.

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I’m a Janitor. I Risk My Life and Family Every Day to Help Flatten the Curve.

"I walk into this house worried I'm bringing home something that will kill my father—it's a lot to deal with."

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lllinois, Arizona, and Florida Are Voting Today. It’s Going About How You’d Imagine in a Pandemic.

Between coronavirus, poll volunteers not showing up, and a shortage on sanitizer, it's unclear what voter turnout will look like in Tuesday's presidential primaries.

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Cities Are Freezing Evictions to Help Low Wage Workers Hurt by Coronavirus

This week, San Jose, California, and Miami-Dade County approved legislation to temporarily halt evictions. Advocates in San Francisco, Seattle, and New York are hoping their jurisdictions will be next.

Low-wage workers who are sick don't have access to paid leave.
Coronavirus Is Spreading and 32 Million Workers Don’t Have Paid Sick Leave

While some companies have stepped up to protect its workers, a Senate bill that would have required employers to give workers paid leave in a public health emergency was blocked.

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Nurses Warn They Are Not Prepared for Coronavirus

A recent survey from National Nurses United found only 44% of nurses have received guidance on how to recognize potential cases.