Connecticut through Katrina-colored glasses
Compared with the poverty rate in hurricane-ravaged Mississippi (21.6 percent, the highest in the nation), Connecticut’s rate of 7.6 percent might not seem a cause for alarm. But Connecticut families struggling to make ends meet often encounter challenges facing the poor along the Gulf Coast.
Volume (Year): (2006)
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