We discuss the latest COVID-19 pandemic news, including this week’s Congressional action. Is the $2 trillion relief package the biggest corporate giveaway in American history, or vital help for working Americans and small businesses in a time of dire need? We welcome Susannah Dyen from Caring Across Generations to talk about the Texas Lt. Governor’s comments that grandparents would be willing to die to preserve America’s economy. We close with the latest on the troubled April 7th spring election, including changes to election procedures imposed by a federal judge and growing opposition to holding this election during a state lockdown.
Coronavirus spreads across Wisconsin with a spike in confirmed cases, an outbreak in a senior facility and questions over spring election.
‘We put the value of human life at a higher level’.
Businesses close, unemployment rises as Evers’ stay-at-home order comes with a dire warning.
Texas’ lieutenant governor says US should get ‘back to work’.
Senate passes historic $2 trillion stimulus package to curb effects of coronavirus.
Thinking big while staying at home: Progressive policy wonks on how the pandemic could change everything.
How the coronavirus stimulus bill helps you.
‘At their own peril’ federal lawsuit from city of Green Bay requests election delay.