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A smaller PPP safety net for Latino businesses

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Adapted from an SLEI report through Stanford University; Chart: Axios Visuals

An analysis of more than 5 million loans given out through the Paycheck Protection Program has found stark inequalities for Latino, Black and Asian people in how the critical funds were doled out.

The big picture: Neighborhoods with high Latino populations in places like Los Angeles, New York, Phoenix and San Diego got half as many loans than white non-Hispanic zones, according to reporting from Reveal News and The Los Angeles Times.

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