Here’s Where Not To Live In The U.S. If You Care About Money, Health

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WASHINGTON, DC — Your address is becoming more of a factor on how well off you are — including the size of your paycheck and how much education you’ve obtained — and a new study indicates those living in the South face a tougher path to prosperity than their fellow Americans.

The widening gap in economic inequality between the top 1 percent of income-earners and everyone else was a hot-button issue in last year’s presidential election, and the disparity appears to apply within smaller communities as well — a troubling trend as Americans are less able now than at any […]