An inclusive local economy promotes everyone’s health by allowing households to meet basic needs and plan for a healthy future. Despite the Bay Area’s recent unprecedented growth, many working and middle-class residents have been left behind—facing low wages, spiraling debt, disinvested neighborhoods, and shrinking social supports. These preventable conditions are associated with preventable diseases, injury, and ultimately lower life expectancy.

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