Los Angeles, whose downtown is shown in this 2014 photo, is the largest of 77 California cities declared to be “economically challenged” in a new study, more than a quarter of the nation’s cities in that condition. They are marked by low incomes and high unemployment and poverty rates.
Los Angeles, whose downtown is shown in this 2014 photo, is the largest of 77 California cities declared to be “economically challenged” in a new study, more than a quarter of the nation’s cities in that condition. They are marked by low incomes and high unemployment and poverty rates. MONICA ALMEIDA NYT
Los Angeles, whose downtown is shown in this 2014 photo, is the largest of 77 California cities declared to be “economically challenged” in a new study, more than a quarter of the nation’s cities in that condition. They are marked by low incomes and high unemployment and poverty rates. MONICA ALMEIDA NYT
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77 California cities on ‘economically challenged’ list

November 18, 2015 01:28 PM

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