Niraj Chokshi reports for GovBeat, The Post’s state and local policy blog:
“As of 2012, the rich are richer and the poor are poorer in the 50 largest cities than the national average, according to the findings from the Brookings Institution. Just three — Denver, Seattle and El Paso — saw inequality shrink, marginally, since before the recession. For the rest, things got worse.”
Read the post at GovBeat.