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The High Price of Being Poor in Kentucky, July 2007

By | 2017-10-19T14:47:47+00:00 July 1st, 2007|

Lower-income families in Kentucky often pay hundreds, sometimes thousands, of dollars more in higher prices for basic necessities than their higher-income neighbors. Although not a new problem, the costs today are much greater in scope. This report examines the prices charged to lower-income families in Kentucky for basic necessities: financial services, auto-related products, home financing and household goods, and groceries.

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