Chris Arnold

Journalist (Massachusetts)
NPR Correspondent covering the American Dream, how to save and invest smarter, and All Things Economic.

Links: @Chris_ArnoldNPR | (Current as of: June 1, 2016)


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12 Million To Lose Jobless Benefits The Day After Christmas Unless Congress Acts

Chris Arnold
National Public Radio (NPR)
November 19, 2020
The day after Christmas, millions of Americans will lose their jobless benefits, according to a new study. And that could spell financial ruin for many people, like 44-year-old Todd Anderson in the small town of Mackinaw City, Mich.

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‘So Hard To Prove You Exist’: Flawed Fraud Protections Deny Unemployment To Millions

Chris Arnold
National Public Radio (NPR)
October 14, 2020
Fraudulent claims for unemployment benefits have been a problem for a long time, and states have set up systems to try to prevent such fraud. But lost in that effort is arguably a bigger problem: Some of those systems have hurt millions of innocent people, keeping the benefits they deserve in limbo.

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Why The CDC Eviction Ban Isn’t Really A Ban: ‘I Have Nowhere To Go’

Chris Arnold
National Public Radio (NPR)
December 20, 2020

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Federal Moratorium On Evictions Expires On Friday. What’s Next? (NPR’s All Things Considered)

Chris Arnold
National Public Radio (NPR)
July 24, 2020

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Nonprofit Hospital Stops Suing So Many Poor Patients: Will Others Follow?

Paul Kiel, Chris Arnold
ProPublica, National Public Radio (NPR)
June 1, 2016
A story by ProPublica and NPR and a Senate investigation prompt a Missouri nonprofit hospital to change its policies and forgive thousands of patients’ debts. But without similar scrutiny, it’s unclear if other hospitals that sue the poor will change.



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