Low-income Americans have been hit hardest by the pandemic and its economic fallout.
The CARES Act, passed in March, formed the backbone of a state and federal response that helped get people through the spring and summer. But most of that aid has lapsed or will soon.
Congressional negotiations over a new aid package have gone nowhere.
We explore COVID-19's impact on the homeless and hungry in central Ohio.
Andy Duehren, Congressional reporter, Wall Street Journal
Joree Novotney, director of external affairs, Ohio Association of Foodbanks
Michelle Heritage, executive director, The Community Shelter Board
Tracy Cloud, CEO, Lower Lights Christian Health Center