San Diego's highest (and lowest) income inequality.
Wage laws are intended to help reduce poverty, but they are often violated by employers.
Despite years of steady job gains, the share of San Diegans living in poverty has grown in the years following the Great Recession.
San Diego County property owners have paid more than $1 billion since 2013 in Mello-Roos taxes, and not all are created equal.
Diversity in San Diego County neighborhoods reflect historic discrimination, housing costs and migration patterns.
From fiscal 2010 to fiscal 2017, the city of San Diego did 77 reviews to determine if its contractors were complying with the living wage law.