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New Fact Sheet: Forced Unionism Correlated With Higher Poverty Rates    Hispanic Americans Are 20% More Likely to Be Poor in States That Don’t Protect Employees’ Right to Work By Stan Greer The share of a state’s population that is poor, commonly referred to as its poverty rate, is undoubtedly an important (negative) indicator…(Read More)

Twitter And The Real Economy Of Jobs Four times a year, the nonpartisan Missouri Economic Research and Information Center (MERIC) calculates and publishes indices ranking each of the 50 states with regard to their cost of living relative to the national average. MERIC’s indices consistently show that, on average, the cost of living is…(Read More)

Twitter And The Real Economy Of Jobs Four times a year, the nonpartisan Missouri Economic Research and Information Center (MERIC) calculates and publishes indices ranking each of the 50 states with regard to their cost of living relative to the national average. MERIC’s indices consistently show that, on average, the cost of living is…(Read More)

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