Income inequality is worse than it's been in 50 years, Census study finds

September 30, 2019

Of course, taxing wealth and redistributing it to social programs that ease the burden of living on individuals earning less would translate to those people having more financial security. Boosting labor unions and continuing to raise minimum wages would help ease things too, Rutgers University economist William M. Rodgers III told NPR.

MIC.com, September 27, 2019

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