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Region's multiracial population grows faster than nation's

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Maryland and Virginia residents who identify themselves as being more than one race increased at a rate nearly twice the national average over the last decade, a new census reports says, while the growth of multiracial residents in D.C. was slightly behind the national pace. Virginia led the way with more than 233,000 people saying in the 2010 census questionnaire that they are more than one...

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