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Arizona’s women by the numbers: State has long way to go to improve health, economic status for many females (access required)

Women have made tremendous economic gains over the last several decades. While women fare much better in some states than others, nowhere do women fare as well economically as men. So go the findings of the Institute for Women’s Policy Research (IWPR) in its report, “The Best and Worst State Economies for Women.” IWPR is a ...

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