Most of them actually live in the suburbs.
Unlike similar initiatives that only build housing for low-income people, Philadelphia's will also target people who make too much to qualify for public housing but too little to afford private housing.
Car shares are often too expensive for lower-income people, so a nonprofit in Buffalo, N.Y., started its own. But insurance problems might spell the end of it.
The White House finalized a rule last week to strengthen the Clean Water Act. But it doesn't resolve the fights going on between urban and rural interests in Iowa and elsewhere over how to clean up.