Study: People With Bad Neighborhoods Benefit More From Government Programs

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By Sanford McRobotface

WASHINGTON—According to a study released Monday by the Federal Reserve Bank, people with bad neighborhoods are more likely to receive government assistance, have greater access to government-funded programs, and are thus more likely to benefit from government programs.

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