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Middle Classes Are Stronger in States with Greater Union Membership
Posted On: Sep 25, 2013
Sept. 25, 2013 | ECONOMY | Data on state household incomes released Sept. 20 by the U.S. Census Bureau illustrate once again just how critical unions are in building a strong middle class, as states with greater union membership continued to have more robust middle classes than those with lower union membership in 2012. Maintaining a strong and vibrant middle class is essential for all states, as prosperous middle-class households are among the most powerful drivers of economic growth and among the most critical contributors to economic stability. Full story at The Center for American Progress.
 
 
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