American Prosperity Has Become American Poverty

More than 40 percent of American households cannot afford rent, transportation, childcare, or a cellphone, according to a new study from the United Way Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed Project, obtained by Axios. U.S. households are still struggling despite living during the second longest “recovery” in our nation’s history. United Way ALICE Project Director Stephanie … Continue reading American Prosperity Has Become American Poverty