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CQ Future: Cities

The sun rises behind the Empire State Building in New York City.
The sun rises behind the Empire State Building in New York City. (Gary Hershorn/Getty Images)

People can work anywhere now, so why stay in cramped apartments? But the more people flee urban areas due to the coronavirus pandemic, the harder it will be to revive local economies since much-needed income is leaving as well. 

To talk about the future of cities we reached out to two experts — Rep. Brenda Lawrence of Michigan, who was Southfield’s first African American mayor, and Annise Parker, former mayor of Houston.

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