Teton County in Wyoming is home to the widest income divide in America, with a median house price of more than $5 million and an average income of $318,000. Correspondent Ben Tracy looks at how the wealthy, drawn to the state’s picture-perfect settings, have been squeezing out the middle class – the very people needed to keep the community running. (An earlier version of this story originally aired October 16, 2022.)
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