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Increasing racial mix in D.C. neighborhoods comes at a cost

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The white population in the District's historically ethnic neighborhoods has ballooned in the past decade following major revitalization efforts. But the change has come at a price for residents as the cost of living has increased and some businesses are faced with revamping or shutting down. D.C.'s most racially mixed neighborhoods fall primarily near the Metro's inner Green Line, according to...

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