[Op-ed] If you make minimum wage, chances are you have limited housing prospects. The maximum affordability for most low income renters is $660 a month, but they need to make at least $22.10 in order to rent a modest 2-bedroom apartment. Sadly, most market-rate apartments in every U.S state continue to be out of reach.
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