🔒 What should we be covering around rising inflation? Let us know

Tomatoes, lemons and apples are seen at a grocery store in Athens, Greece, Wednesday, Feb. 16, 2022. Economists, farmers and charity workers agree about a cost-of-living crisis in Europe: Inflation may ease later this year but the impact of the spike in food and energy prices will last. (AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris) (Petros Giannakouris, Copyright 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved)

We want to know what you think we should be covering on the topic of inflation.

New data released Tuesday showed inflation has soared over the past year at its fastest pace in more than 40 years, with costs for food, gasoline, housing and other necessities squeezing American consumers and wiping out the pay raises that many people have received.

Across the economy, the year-over-year price spikes were widespread. Gasoline prices rocketed 48% in the past 12 months. Used car prices have soared 35%, though they actually fell in February and March. Bedroom furniture is up 14.7%, men’s suits and coats 14.5%. Grocery prices have jumped 10%, including 18% increases for both bacon and oranges.

Use the form below to submit your ideas or suggestions on what topics -- or questions -- we should be covering. We appreciate your input as WDIV Insiders.

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Ken Haddad is the digital content and audience manager for WDIV / ClickOnDetroit.com. He also authors the Morning Report Newsletter and various other newsletters. He's been with WDIV since 2013. He enjoys suffering through Lions games on Sundays in the fall.