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Report Finds That Many Families Are Still Struggling »
Malloy Pitches Bail Reform, Encourages House Vote »
OP-ED | The True Cost of Bail »
Advocates Want Lawmakers to Understand Effect of Budget Cuts on Low Wage Earners »
OP-ED | Pushing Out Panhandlers Won’t Solve Suburban Poverty »
Study Shows Economic Recovery Is Leaving Low-Income Families Behind »
OP-ED | Telling the Story of the Conservative Heart »
OP-ED | Don’t Cut $5 Million From Underfunded Bridgeport Public Schools »
OP-ED | When Low-Wage Workers Are Paid More, Everyone Benefits »
Moms Giving Birth in U.S. More Likely to Die Than Other Developed Countries »
Lawmakers Struggle With Spending Cap »
OP-ED | Walmart Workers Deserve Better »
United Way Says 35 Percent of Connecticut’s Households Are Struggling »
Policymakers Look At Two-Generational Approach »
Connecticut’s Poverty Rate Remains Stubbornly High »
OP-ED | On Wall Street, ‘Right-to-Work’ Means a Wider Gap Between Rich & Poor »
OP-ED | Fighting Poverty Beyond the Minimum Wage »
OP-ED | Through Forbes, Cato Attacks Connecticut; But No One Here Should Gloat »
New Report Highlights Link Between Poverty & Obesity »
Report Finds 45 Percent Jump In Poverty »
New Report Finds Poverty Is On The Rise »
OP-ED | Poverty Doesn’t Have To Equal Destiny »
Median Income Drops, Poverty Increases »
OP-ED | JI’s Managing Editor Misses Point In Norwalk Arrest »
ANALYSIS: The Minimum Wage and the Easy Answer »
Poverty Increases Sharply; Advocacy Groups Say Now Is Not the Time to Cut »