Still, the rates of growth between the two sectors have narrowed in recent years.
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In 2014, the average household income of the top five percent of earners was 52 times that of the bottom fifth.
The D.C. Fiscal Policy Institute reports that several thousand people will have to renew their Medicaid benefits in person next year, leading to long wait-times at service centers.
On Wednesday night, the Republican-controlled House approved the U.S. Census Bureau budget with one big change: GOPers voted to eliminate funding for the annual American Community Survey on the grounds that it's not required by the Constitution and is an invasion of privacy.
"It's an absolutely terrible decision—it's terribly shortsighted," says David Cooper, an economic analyst [...]