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The special enrollment period in eligible states will allow consumers to sign up for ACA plans.

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Passersby stepping out for exercise in the spring sun, company employees and hospitals are being given tulips, roses and chrysanthemums under a Dutch initiative to save the country’s flower industry and make life a little more bearable.

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Haircare and beauty brand SheaMoisture announced a $1M relief fund to support women of color entrepreneurs and small business owners.

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Some people counting on $1,200 stimulus checks from the government may not see the money until mid-September, according to a House Ways and Means Committee analysis.

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Here are answers to some of the most common questions.

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<p>38-year-old Raquel Lezama is among more than 1.6 million Californians who are out of work as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. On March 13, the hotel laid her off, along with some 20 other housekeepers. The hotel canceled workers' health insurance and sent them home with no severance. California's lodging industry is one of the hardest hit as the economy shuts down; it is expected to shed some 125,000 jobs.</p>

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Mortgage lenders are preparing for the biggest wave of delinquencies in history. If the plan to buy time works, they may avert an even worse crisis: Mass foreclosures and mortgage market mayhem.

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<p>Millions of small businesses are anxiously awaiting their slices of a $350 billion relief program that forms part of the government's $2 trillion economic support package. However, with just hours to go before the launch, major banks are still awaiting guidance from the Treasury Department — and some still haven't even decided whether they will participate.</p>

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The tendrils of the coronavirus pandemic reached deeper into the American economy last week, leaving millions more people out of work as the damage spread to jobs and industries that were spared at the outset of the crisis.

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The message backfired, and now tenants have started organizing a rent strike, which could begin in May.

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<p>Oil prices soared Thursday after U.S. President Donald Trump said he expects Russia and Saudi Arabia to announce a major oil production cut and Saudi state media said the kingdom was calling an emergency meeting of oil producers to deal with the market turmoil.</p>

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The tendrils of the coronavirus pandemic reached deeper into the American economy last week, leaving millions more people out of work as the damage spread to jobs and industries that were spared at the outset of the crisis.

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The coronavirus is set to overwhelm the precarious finances of America’s middle class, a group that’s seen its share of the national wealth decline steadily since the last financial crisis in 2008.

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Here are answers to some of the most common stimulus check questions.

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For years, the country’s public pension plans have faced a yawning gap between what they owe and what they can pay.

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