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Michigan turning a corner? Study shows outbound migration ends

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A new survey by the St. Louis-based moving company United Van Lines shows that net migration out of Michigan has stopped after 16 straight years of more people moving out than moving in. The data is a cautiously hopeful sign that the Wolverine State is poised to grow again. The survey was previewed to the Associated Press. It shows that Michigan has stabilized after years of losses. Between...

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