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CPI surged by 8.5 percent and real average hourly earnings fell 2.7 percent, with  rising prices eating up any wage growth
CPI surged by 8.5 percent and real average hourly earnings fell 2.7 percent, with  rising prices eating up any wage growth
 
January’s Consumer Price Index skyrocketed 7.5 percent compared to last year – the largest annual increase in 40 years.
January’s Consumer Price Index skyrocketed 7.5 percent compared to last year – the largest annual increase in 40 years.
 
Today, Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Ronna McDaniel released the following statement on new data showing that consumer prices are rising at the fastest pace in nearly 40 years
Today, Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Ronna McDaniel released the following statement on new data showing that consumer prices are rising at the fastest pace in nearly 40 years
 
I have strong opinions. You probably do, too. Most people have deeply felt convictions about at least some matters of public controversy. Given the right context, most are willing to express their views to others and debate their disagreements.
I have strong opinions. You probably do, too. Most people have deeply felt convictions about at least some matters of public controversy. Given the right context, most are willing to express their views to others and debate their disagreements.
 
Since the World War II era, workers have benefited from a rather large implicit tax subsidy on health coverage provided by their employers. Every dollar an employee spends from earned income is taxed, but every dollar spent on health care is not. Those who purchase health plans on their own lose...
Since the World War II era, workers have benefited from a rather large implicit tax subsidy on health coverage provided by their employers. Every dollar an employee spends from earned income is taxed, but every dollar spent on health care is not. Those who purchase health plans on their own lose...
 
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