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Covid’s effect on women in the workforce

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The pandemic drove millions of women out of the workforce. Experts say bold action is needed to help them come back. POLITICO’s Elizabeth Ralph reports. Plus, Arkansas’ governor says hospitalizations are up among the unvaccinated. And Sen. Romney criticizes Trump’s false claims about the election during a weekend rally.

Elizabeth Ralph is deputy editor POLITICO Magazine and editor of Women Rule.
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