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D.C. region incomes hold strong in recession, census data show

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Maryland residents were the wealthiest in the nation last year as the Washington region saw its median incomes rise, even as the rest of the country faltered under the worst economic collapse since the Great Depression, the U.S. Census Bureau reported Monday. The median household income in Maryland was nearly $71,000, slightly ahead of New Jersey. Virginia came in eighth, with a median income...

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