COMMUNITY

A look into the inequities of wealth

Last year, I got a frustrated email from a reader.

The writer was upset that I’d chosen to report on the presidential campaign donations contributed by our friends and neighbors. They didn’t think that type of reporting belong in the paper.

I understood that the reports stood out from the types of things we typically cover here, but I am also a huge . . .

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