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Studies Show Inequality Dividing U.S. Cities and Threatening Families

Washington, December 6 (RHC)-- A new study of 96 urban areas from the Pew Charitable Trusts shows U.S. cities are growing increasingly divided between rich and poor and less economically diverse.

Another new report from the Hamilton Project says half of all U.S. families either live in poverty, are near poverty, or are one major setback in household income from being pushed into poverty.

Edited by Juan Leandro
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