Thursday, November 15, 2012

Poverty Growing in America

"New Gauge: 16% in US Are in Poverty"  by Hope Yen Nov 15, 2012 pp. A1, A6

The article reports that 49.7 million people live in poverty when medical costs and work related expenses are included.


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