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A Department of Justice memo from January could have a devastating effect on many federal prisoners who have been released on home confinement.
Policies that helped keep people in their homes—and keep the utilities on—reduced COVID-19 deaths and infections.
Legal experts say the IRS is illegally denying CARES Act payments to incarcerated people.
Jordan Michael Smith
The lawsuit says the Small Business Administration overstepped its authority by imposing ‘arbitrary and capricious’ restrictions on a loan program passed by Congress.
Advocates say states aren’t doing enough to close the gaps in the federal stimulus bill.
The pandemic is making it clear that it’s time to radically rethink the social contract.
Amy Castro Baker,
Americans overwhelmingly support imposing a merger moratorium on large corporations and private equity firms.
Intentionally disqualifying millions of American citizens from much-needed stimulus funds during this unprecedented health crisis is both unnecessary and cruel.
Jane Lilly López
There’s still a chance to make sure some of the most vulnerable people can benefit from the federal stimulus bill.