Rural Americans Impacted More By Inflation

If you didn’t know what inflation meant a year ago, the odds are high that has changed. You don’t need to know the word to feel the burden of higher prices. And when the dollar loses value and everything costs more, rural places feel it more. That’s the opinion of one Colorado State economics professor who’s studied the issue and believes rural America is under-represented in the Consumer Price Index, the government’s primary inflation tracking tool. Get the full story from The Public News Service.

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Roz Brown, Public News Service


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