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In an email to 24/7 Wall St. Burkhauser who has argued against the significance of income inequality said "Government tax and transfer policies [can] dramatically redistribute income from those who have large amounts of taxable market income to those who do not" Still according to Price inequality in income growth "is a trend which should concern policy makers independent of the impact of taxes and transfers" and that incomes net of such considerations have still disproportionately risen for the wealthiest 1% To determine the 10 states with the most skewed growth in incomes 24/7 Wall St reviewed income growth figures from 1979 to 2007 from "The Increasingly Unequal States of America" a study by Estelle Sommeiller and Mark Price published by the EPI We also reviewed figures from 2009 to 2011 from the same study The authors derived average income growth from taxable income data net of inflation Additionally we also reviewed state GDP figures from the Bureau of Economic Analysis unemployment data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics and an assortment of figures from the US Census Bureaus 2012 American Community Survey These are the top 5 states where income inequality has soared: 1 Alaska > Share of growth captured by the top 1%: All > Real income growth 1979-2007: -103% (the least) > Income growth bottom 99%: -175% (the least) > Income growth top 1%: 1186% (10th least) The average real income for all workers in Alaska dropped by more than 10% between 1979 and 2007 making Alaska the only state where total income declined during that period Despite this the average income of Alaskas top 1% of earners more than doubled and incomes among the wealthy represented the only income growth in the state Alaskas average income per worker in the bottom 99% was $58482 in 2011 second highest in the nation trailing only Maryland Due to the states high corporate tax collections as well as no state sales or income taxes Alaska has among the lowest tax burdens in the country Alaska also benefits from its petroleum profits tax which is paid by companies based on the value of the oil and natural gas they produce 2 Nevada > Share of growth captured by the top 1%: 2185% > Real income growth 1979-2007: 86% (2nd least) > Income growth bottom 99%: -116% (2nd least) > Income growth top 1%: 1640% (24th highest) The average income in Nevada rose just 86% between 1979 and 2007 among the lowest increases in the nation However most of the states residents actually lost money during that time as average real income dropped by 116% for the bottom 99% of earners For the remaining top percentile of earners average incomes rose by 164% between 1979 and 2007 As of 2007 the top 1% accounted for 28% of state residents total income the fifth highest percentage in the United States The gap between the top percentile and other earners has further increased in recent years Incomes for the top 1% rose by 4% between 2009 and 2011 while incomes for the bottom 99% of earners slipped by a nation-leading 67% Nevada has struggled with high unemployment in recent years including an average unemployment rate of 111% in 2012 the highest in the nation that year MORE: Cities With Highest and Lowest Taxes 3 Wyoming > Share of growth captured by the 1%: 1023% > Real income growth 1979-2007: 315% (23rd least) > Income growth bottom 99%: -08% (3rd least) > Income growth top 1%: 3543% (4th highest) While Wyomings wealthiest residents have enjoyed the benefits of the states immense resources the average income of the bottom 99% of workers in the state slid by 08% between 1979 and 2007 The states overall real income grew by 315% in the same period however due entirely to a 354% increase in the average income of the top-earning 1% The income gap continued to grow between 2009 and 2011 as well Average income of the bottom 99% of workers rose 69% and that of the top 1% increased by 136% Roughly 127% of the states labor force worked in the agriculture and mining industries in 2012 the most in the nation 4 Michigan > Share of growth captured by the 1%: 1017% > Real income growth 1979-2007: 89% (3rd least) > Income growth bottom 99%: -02% (4th least) > Income growth top 1%: 1000% (4th least) Despite some good economic news for Michigan since the 2008 financial crisis the states average real income growth between 1979 and 2007 as well as from 2009 to 2011 still trailed the nation as a whole The wealthiest 1% enjoyed a 100% increase in average income between 1979 and 2007 while the average income of the bottom 99% dropped by 02% during those years The income growth gap has remained wide in the years following the 2008 economic crisis Between 2009 and 2011 the average income increase of the top 1% was 128% while the average income increase of the bottom 99% was 02% The good news for the bottom 99% of Michigan workers is that the US auto industry has bounced back in terms of job creation and car sales MORE: States Where Children Are Struggling the Most to Read 5 Arizona > Share of growth captured by the 1%: 842% > Real income growth 1979-2007: 170% (8th least) > Income growth bottom 99%: 30% (6th least) > Income growth top 1%: 1578% (23rd least) In 1979 the top 1% of earners accounted for just 91% of all income in Arizona By 2007 the top 1% accounted for a full one-fifth of all income Incomes of the top 1% of earners soared by more than 157% during that time while incomes of the bottom 99% rose by just 3% Since then matters have not changed Between 2009 and 2011 the average real income of the bottom 99% of earners fell by 1% even as incomes of the top 99% rose by nearly 6% While real income growth in the state lagged the national rate over both periods the states economy was among the fastest growing in the US between 1979 and 2007 One possible explanation for why GDP grew as incomes remained flat is that Arizona added more than 1 million non-farm jobs between 1990 and 2007 For the rest of the list click here Read more from 24/7 Wall Street: 10 US Cities Where Violent Crime Is Soaring The 10 Richest Presidents Americas Fastest Growing (and Shrinking) Economies Contact us at [email protected] you check the latest toll at icasualtiesorg 4489 Americans died in the Iraq war But a killing Tuesday at a Department of Veterans Affairs clinic in El Paso Texas should have pushed that figure to 4490one of many additional KIAs in the Iraq war that will never be added to its final tally KIA means "killed in action" and might not seem to apply to the death of Timothy Fjordbak 63 allegedly at the hand of Jerry Serrato 48 on the fourth floor of the El Paso clinic at Fort Bliss But unfortunately it does Serrato 48 had served in Iraq for several months in 2007 He was discharged from the Army in 2009 for undisclosed physical reasons He worked for a short time at the clinic in 2013 where Fjordbak 63 was the chief psychologist A former employee at the clinic has told the Washington Post that Serrato was upset that the clinic had found his claim of post-traumatic stress disorder unwarranted "Although we do not know all the details what we know of the case suggests anger at the VA for denial of benefits" says Elspeth Ritchie who served as the Armys top psychiatrist before retiring in 2010 "Unfortunately the scenario of angry patients killing their doctors is way too common both in and out of the military" In October 2013 Serrato allegedly threatened Fjordbak at a grocery store after Fjordbak didn’t recognize him the FBI said following the murder “It was a verbal threat real or nothis (Serrato’s) perception was some wrong had been committed against him” bureau agent Douglas Lindquist said "I know what you did" Lindquist quoted Serrato telling Fjordbak "and I will take care of it" Fjordbak reported what he perceived to be a threat to local police Mid-afternoon Tuesday Serrato went to the top floor of the four-story clinic and killed Fjordbak with a 380-caliber handgun Dr Timothy Fjordbak VA Fjordbak left a private practice after 9/11 because he wanted to help veterans officials said He had served in Iraq for several months in 2007 just as Serrato did There was no known doctor-patient or workplace relationship between the two men Fjordbak was lauded by troops he had treated as well as colleagues and friends “His main thing was that he could differentiate between symptoms of PTSD and traumatic brain injury” Michael Rushton a US Air Force veteran treated by Fjordbak in November told the El Paso Times “It was a five-hour appointment and it was a very comprehensive series of tests He was amazing and an excellent guy” The tragic case highlights the fog that is PTSD Few PTSD sufferers are violent and its challenging to attribute specific acts to the malady "Although PTSD is associated with an increased risk of violence the majority of veterans and non-veterans with PTSD have never engaged in violence" according to the National Center for PTSD Was Serrato mentally ill Angry over how the VA handled his case Suffering from PTSD Or some combination of those factors Jerry Serotta following a 1997 drunk-driving arrest Victoria County Tex.

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