The Denver Post
Nov 25, 2011
The effects of a slumping economy have extended beyond the end of a person’s life as more and more people seek government assistance for burial.
The number of indigent burials paid for by the state has increased by nearly 40 percent since 2006, a number that has crept steadily upward each year, according to figures provided by the Colorado Department of Human Services.
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Thanks to the Death…and More Blog for altering us to this article.