Off-The-Charts Poor 

The poverty rate in Tucson and Pima County continues to skyrocket—and the prognosis for change remains grim

If poverty were a disease, Pima County officials would have declared an epidemic by now. In the past few years, local poverty has literally gone off of a chart compiled by the Pima Association of Governments. Yet elected officials, other local leaders…

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