Segment 1, starting at 4:04 p.m.: Small businesses in Kansas and Missouri are trying to hang on while they wait for more help from the federal government.
Across the country, four million small businesses did not make it through 2020. For the Kansas and Missouri businesses that did survive, the question now is: what relief will Congress allow and how quickly can it? do they get it? For workers, will they see an increase in the minimum wage once employers get back on their feet?
- Brad Jones, Missouri State Director of the National Federation of Independent Business
- Dan Murray, Kansas State Director of the National Federation of Independent Business
Segment 2, from 30:47: A good read can also reveal a way to start over.
From fictional characters dealing with real-life issues to a personal memoir or self-help guide, what you find in the pages of a book could be another you motivation for the New Year.
Kaite Stover’s Picks: “Keep Going: 10 Ways to Stay Creative in the Good Times” by Austin Kleon “Kill the Answers All: A Modern Guide to Online Social Media Etiquette at Work to Like” by Victoria Turk “The New Bohemians: Come Home Good Vibes” by Justina Blakeny “The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue” by VE Schwab “The Last Love of Baba Dunja” by Alina Bronsky “Honeymoon with My Brother” by Franz Wisner Emily Nunn’s Diaries
Carly McCracken’s Picks: “Get a Life Chloe Brown” by Talia Hibbert “Good Boy” by Jennifer Finney Boylan “We Should Hang Out Sometime” by Josh Sundquist “Brave Chef Brianna” by Sam Sykes “Grown-Up Pose” by Sonya Lallia “The Garden of Small Beginnings” by Abbi Waxman
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