"Econ 101: April 30, 2013"
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- The Eurozone’s unemployment rate rose to yet another record high in March. [Wall Street Journal]
- Spain’s economy shrank for the seventh consecutive quarter. [Reuters]
- Wealthier California school districts are voicing opposition to Gov. Jerry Brown’s (D) plan to funnel more money to underserved districts. [Wall Street Journal]
- California’s assembly passed a moratorium on natural gas fracking until its environmental and health effects are studied. [Bloomberg]
- Jobless workers losing their unemployment benefits because of sequestration don’t expect help from Congress. [CNN Money]
- Final payments from banks involved in the mortgage fraud settlement will go out to homeowners this week. [The Hill]
- Colleges are adapting online courses in an effort to improve success rates and help more students graduate on time. [New York Times]