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More kids get free lunch in D.C.'s wealthy suburbs

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Poverty growing in counties with nation's highest incomes The Washington area's wealthy suburbs have seen a sharp rise in the portion of children receiving free, government-funded lunches over the last several years, an indication of rising poverty levels. In Fairfax County, the second-wealthiest county in the country, nearly 27 percent -- 47,874 -- of the public school system's 179,253...

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