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How Unemployed Families Are Feeling After The Election

Betsy Ball with her family. (Courtesy of Euro Travel Coach)
Betsy Ball with her family. (Courtesy of Euro Travel Coach)

Millions of Americans are still unemployed with no relief in sight. We wanted to check back in with two families who lost their jobs during the pandemic to see how they’re doing and how they’re feeling about the state of this country following the election.

Both are Here & Now listeners who wrote in with their stories and were featured on the show earlier this year. Host Tonya Mosley speaks with Betsy Ball in Wooster, Ohio, and Betsy Burke in Lansdowne, Pennsylvania.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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