Faculty Director, J. Michael Collins, weighs in on effects of shutdown on multiple media outlets

The thirty-five day, partial Federal shutdown caused 800,000 employees to miss paychecks. Faculty Director of CFS and Associate Professor of Public Affairs and Consumer Science, J. Michael Collins, provided insight into what this means for many of the workers effected and how this highlights the issues of poverty, financial insecurity, and fragility of many American’s financial lives.

“A Safety Net That Has A Frayed Bottom Makes People Feel More Financially Vulnerable Than They Already Are,” J. Michael Collins

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