Now and then we feel a certain concern for our perspective at suburban-poverty.com. Poverty is serious stuff. Are we maybe missing something, here? Are we barking up the wrong tree? Do we apply a healthy skepticism to our point-of-view often enough?
Then we read stuff like this: data on life expectancy from Australia.
Living in the suburbs could take three years off your life. But it doesn’t have to. The further you are from your state’s parliament house, the more likely you are to be disadvantaged. But greater local control of policy can change all that