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Person fills out 2020 census online.
The second phase of the census count in which door knockers reach out to non-respondents starts in two weeks.
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Capitol Hill in Washington D.C.
The $600-per-week benefit expired in New York this weekend.
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Female dancer in colorful studio in city.
Smaller budget nonprofits are at greatest risk of permanent closure.
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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.
The $1 trillion plan will include funding for schools and liability protections for businesses and nonprofits.
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Store displays that it accepts Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.
Hunger advocates are calling on Congress to further bolster the social safety net.
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Front of the Federal Reserve.
Nonprofits will be able to borrow $250,000 or more in loans through the Main Street lending program.
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Herb Sturz, president of Democracy Alliance.
Decades later, the nonprofit legend’s goals are finally being realized.
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People raise signs calling to sign for the 2020 census.
The COVID-19 pandemic has hampered census outreach initiatives.
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George Soros at event.
The Open Society Foundations is the latest foundation announcing a new initiative tackling racism.
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People sitting around in a circle.
Providers say they were given no notice for the timing or size of the cut.
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