Poverty Pass 

The UA and the city partner to study poverty in Tucson, but what will policy makers do with the information gathered?

From the 2011 U.S. Census figures, Tucson came in with the eighth highest poverty rate in large metropolitan areas, and now a study in partnership with the UA and the city of Tucson wants to provide some answers and direction that policy-makers…

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