Marlene Merrill

Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino County

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Public Information Specialist of the Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino County, a nonprofit that advocates for low-income residents in that area

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The Census Bureau's annual  American Community Survey  has grim news for the Inland Empire. After Detroit, San Bernardino is the poorest big city in the United States.

San Bernardino Right behind Detroit in Poverty

The Census Bureau's annual American Community Survey has grim news for the Inland Empire. After Detroit, San Bernardino is the poorest big city in the United States.

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