Research Report Form: (write one per source)Group: ____Poverty___________________________Name: _Blanche Phlaum________________________Title/Type of source: Poverty Rare in U.S. drops, but more People Uninsured/NewsPaper__1) Bibliographical citationCalbreath, D. (2007, August 29). Poverty Rate in U.S. drops, but More People Uninsured. San Diego Union Tribune. Retrieved September 23, 2009, from http://www.onlinecpi.org/article.php?id...2) Summary of ContentThis article explains how the poverty rate in the U.S. has dropped but more people are uninsured. According to the U.S. Census Bureau the nation’s poverty rate dropped slightly last year. More people are without health insurance, it is at a record high of 15.8%. This article explains that San Diego County poverty rate is at 11.7%, which means that 105,255 households make less than $10,294 for a four-person family which is what the federal government definition as the poverty amount. El Cajon and Vista poverty rate is above 15%. It explains that because the cost of living in San Diego is so
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