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In Sacramento, It Costs a Lot to be Poor

With the costs of healthcare, car insurance, food, rent, and dozens of more factors weighing into living costs, it’s expensive to survive in California. In the state’s capital city Sacramento, families live paycheck to paycheck, barely avoiding homelessness, due to the expensive costs of the city. “For the average American, it is safe to say that $12,060 is not enough to live comfortably by today’s standards.” Read more at AccessLocal.TV.


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This entry was posted on November 17, 2017 by in Access Sacramento, Print and tagged .

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