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Midwest, Plains have lowest poverty on new measure

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OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — A new U.S. Census report shows that Iowa and several other Midwest and Plains states have the lowest poverty rates when cost of living is factored into the calculation. Iowa had the lowest poverty rate at 8.6 percent, according to the report, which was released Wednesday. It was followed by North Dakota and Wyoming, both at 9.2 percent, Minnesota at 9.7 percent and Nebraska...

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