Suburban poverty is a growing problem in the United States, one that is often hidden in plain sight. The immense cost of suburban infrastructure (built upon the Growth Ponzi Scheme), high transportation expenses and a disconnection from resources have combined to put millions of suburban residents into poverty.

Today, poverty is actually more prevalent in the suburbs that in urban areas. 



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