Tennessee Chamber Of Commerce Releases COVID-19 Survey for Businesses

The Tennessee Chamber Of Commerce Is Asking Businesses Across The State To Weigh In With Their Take On COVID-19 Restrictions With A Survey Asking Their Opinion On Everything From Mask Mandates To Vaccine Requirements For Both Employees And Customers.

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Biden Administration Plans Unemployment Benefits Beyond Deadline

The Biden Administration Is Working To Ensure That $300 Weekly Unemployment Payments From Federal Taxpayers Continue In Some Form Beyond Their Expiration Date Set By Congress.

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Federal Unemployment Benefits Spur Hiring Crisis

Republicans Have Argued For Months That Federal Unemployment Benefits Are Keeping Americans From Going Back To Work, And A New Survey Seems To Support That Claim.

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New Poll Confirms Widespread Support For School Choice

A Majority Of Voters Support School Choice, A New Poll From Echelon Insights Shows.

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Many Americans Hesitant About Continuing Federal Unemployment Benefits

Polling Data Shows A Slight Public Opinion Advantage For The Benefits Of Biden’s Newly Proposed Spending Packages, The Survey Also Found Americans Are Less Enthusiastic About Increased Federal Spending, Even To Help Americans Recovering From Covid-Related Economic Hardship.

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Surveys Show Largest Expansion Of School Choice In U.S. History

More Children Are Likely To Have Increased Access To Educational Options After State Legislators Across The U.S. Advanced A Slew Of Bills This Year Expanding School Choice, According To Several State-By-State Surveys.

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46 Million Americans Can’t Afford Healthcare, Majority Of Hospitals Do Not Provide Pricing Transparency

Recent Polls Find 18% Of The Country Would Be Unable To Pay For Health Care If They Needed It And The Majority Of Hospitals In The U.S. Have Yet To Comply With A Transparency Ruling That Would Help Patients Shop Around For The Most Affordable Prices.

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Home-Schooling More Than Doubled In 2020, Higher In Some Regions

Faced With Ongoing State Lockdowns And Changing School Restrictions Last Year, Frustrated Parents Increasingly Pulled Their Children Out Of Public Schools Nationwide And Found Other Educational Options For Their Children, One Of Which Was Home-Schooling.

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Financial Woes Surpass Coronavirus As Top Concern Of Americans

Some 44 Percent Of Americans Say They Cannot Afford Another Year Like 2020, According To A Recent Survey By WalletHub, As The Country Enters A Second Year Of Dealing With The Coronavirus Pandemic.

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