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D.C. population swells, immigrants flock to suburbs

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The District's population grew nearly 2.2 percent to 632,323 residents last year as young workers flocked to the city, while its suburbs swelled because of increased immigration, according to census data released Thursday. D.C.'s population is the largest it has been since 1980, when the census took population counts only once a decade. The increase was driven by 6,050 people who moved into the...

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