It Takes A Lot Of Money To Be Low-Income In Orange County

May 4, 2017

A homeless man sleeps on an Orange County street. Federal statistics say people who earn as much as $84,000 a year are considered "low income" in Orange County.
Credit unitedwayoc.org

It takes a lot of money to live in Orange County... even if you're poor.  The Orange County Register looked into newly-released U.S. government statistics that show Orange County has one of the highest low-income thresholds in in the nation.  KVCR's Ken Vincent explains.

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