November 11, 2016
The problem affects everyone in the state, rich or poor. Such a massive number of households struggling to tread water means burdens on health care, social services and the economy in general. Of course, a moribund economy is the primary cause, and more high-paying jobs are the obvious solution. The United Way should be commended for its efforts to identify such a key social and economic problem. It’s up to legislators and all state residents to find, and support, solutions.
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