Is the American Worker Lazy? How GOP Anti-Worker Hate Fuels Resistance to COVID Relief Legislation

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Are the majority of Americans lazy and averse to work? Would they prefer not to work and to enjoy a free ride from the government?

How we answer this question, or how congressional leaders answer it, has a lot to do with what is really life-or-death legislation coming out of Washington…

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