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Even as Connecticut continues to implement public health measures to “flatten the Covid-19 curve” and to safeguard private sector jobs, it is by no means premature to give attention to strengthening programs for economic recovery and family income security in the post-virus period.

One of the key problems of economic inequality in the United States is that many hard-working Americans retire with little or no financial savings other than Social Security and therefore are often unable to meet their minimum household needs.

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