Boston Globe: Nearly 30 percent of renters in Rhode Island can't keep up with their rent
In October, 62 children under the age of 18 slept outside or in their family's car for at least one night, according to newly released data by Rhode Island Kids Count
By Alexa Gagosz Globe Staff,Updated November 30, 2021, 3:01 p.m
PROVIDENCE — About 28 percent of renters in the Ocean State reported that they could not keep up with their rent from Sept. 15 to Oct. 22, according to newly released data by Rhode Island Kids Count, slightly more than the one in every five renters in the US who reported that they could not pay their monthly rent during the peak of the pandemic.
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