Elise Gould

Economic Policy Institute

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Director of Health Policy Research for at progressive Economic Policy Institute

Elise Gould on KCRW

Los Angeles is an expensive place to live, though we’re often told it’s better than San Francisco or New York.

How Expensive is LA? $73,000 Annually, Just to Get By

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Recovery from the Great Recession is sluggish at best, and the Census Bureau has provided the latest evidence of ongoing decline.

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Recovery from the Great Recession is sluggish at best, and the Census Bureau has provided the latest evidence of ongoing decline.

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Recovery from the Great Recession is sluggish at best, and the Census Bureau has provided the  latest evidence  of ongoing decline.

America and Poverty: What Do the Numbers Mean for Gen Y?

Recovery from the Great Recession is sluggish at best, and the Census Bureau has provided the latest evidence of ongoing decline.

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