A real crime: "In CA, individuals are forced to pay average fines of $499 to retrieve a vehicle 3 days after a tow. 40% are unable to afford an unexpected $400 charge. A towed vehicle is the permanent loss of transportation for low-income individuals."https://t.co/ItBS6iHUys
— Scott Hechinger (@ScottHech) September 17, 2021
He opens his mouth and shit comes out, but we still don’t know what it all means, because he votes with Joe Biden 100% of the time:
I mean it’s not like the people from the 6th poorest state would benefit from these things. https://t.co/Gf6kWwS0Sj
— Molly Jong-Fast (@MollyJongFast) September 12, 2021
I cannot think of a worse outcome from a population that has fared so badly during this pandemic than being evicted from home. Hopefully, this will spare many from being homeless and the cascade of issues finding new housing that come with an eviction judgement afterwards…
ASSISTANCE FOR LANDLORDS: There is a 60-day moratorium on evictions in DeKalb, but county officials have a plan to provide more assistance to help landlords bridge the gap. https://t.co/mOUPXvXWKE
— FOX 5 Atlanta (@FOX5Atlanta) August 2, 2021
Everyone knows that!
The richest 0.01% hold 10% of all wealth.
At the Gilded Age peak in 1913, they held 9% of all wealth.
We're now officially living through the biggest robber baron era in history.
Last time this led to the Great Depression. What will happen this time?https://t.co/gseaxAguNJ
— Dan Price (@DanPriceSeattle) July 8, 2021
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The last time I checked, Texas had some of the stingiest unemployment payments in the country:
WOW. Texas Governor @GregAbbott_TX is blocking the extra $300/week for unemployed Texans. The supplemental assistance doesn’t cost Texas anything.
There are still one million Texas out of work from the pandemic. pic.twitter.com/GUZVRYauGi
— Sawyer Hackett (@SawyerHackett) May 17, 2021