State Of The Cities

For many cities, it seems times are pretty good. The economy is strong, crime is down and in some parts of the country, citizens are moving back downtown to take advantage of the rich cultural heritage there. But NPR's Eric Westervelt reports that many industrial cities and their mayors believe the federal government is ignoring them, even as the inner cities continue to lose population and jobs.

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