Pa. ‘right in the middle’ of U.S. states for economic insecurity measurements

    High anxiety is the diagnosis in Pennsylvania, where insecurity regarding the economy is keen in the minds of keystone state residents. Jining us for a closert look is Jacob Hacker, the lead author of a new report called “Economic Insecurity Across the American States.”

    Hacker is a professor and director of the Institute for Social and Policy Studies at Yale. The report was released by the Rockefeller Foundation.

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