Cities Advance Their Fight Against Rising Inequality | The New York Times

Annie Lowrey writes about efforts in Seattle, New York City, Atlanta, Boston, San Francisco and Los Angeles to tackle inequality.

“The accumulation of 30 years of rising income inequality is finally having its impact,” said Mayor Ed Murray, sitting in his glass-walled office overlooking Puget Sound. “People can’t afford to live a decent life.”

Read the article in The New York Times.