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It's financial redistribution in a capital of income inequality. When Manny A. lost his job in 2016, finding a new one became a literally distant prospect. For the immigrant contract worker living in Queens, riding the subway in New York City was really, really expensive: Fares currently stand at $2.75 per ride and $121 per monthly pass, rates that have steadily increased in recent years.
New York City Will Cut Transit Fares for Low-Income Riders 
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New York City Will Cut Transit Fares for Low-Income Riders 
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It's financial redistribution in a capital of income inequality. When Manny A. lost his job in 2016, finding a new one became a literally distant prospect. For the immigrant contract worker living in Queens, riding the subway in New York City was really, really expensive: Fares currently stand at $2.75 per ride and $121 per monthly pass, rates that have steadily increased in recent years.
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