by Peter Bale, The Center for Public Integrity
Our biggest domestic story of the year so far in terms of traffic has been a Dan Wagner report with the Seattle Times which exposes the crisis poor mobile homeowners face when they get in over their heads.
The story, which has surpassed 100,000 page views on the Center’s website, focused largely on Clayton Homes, a company controlled and praised by Warren Buffett. It’s a piece of work that goes to the heart of so much of what we do — tell stories about how the poor end up paying more for everything — from housing to broadband to health care. Read the entire story.