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America by the numbers

How changing demographics are reshaping the political landscape of America. Clarkston, GA is a small town of 7,500 that has gone from being 90% white in the 1980s to less than 14% white today. In the shadow of Stone Mountain, once a gathering place for Ku Klux Klan cross burnings, today it is home to thousands of refugees from Vietnam, Somalia, Iraq and Bhutan and some 40 other countries.
  • Massachusetts mandate update
  • Dying to get back
  • Help Wanted: Retraining America
  • Debating the Second Amendment
  • Financial literacy
  • Main Street: Findlay, Ohio
  • Behavioral economics at work
  • Economic inequality and mobility
  • Medical Devices
  • Main Street: Salinas, California
  • After Newtown: Gone Boy
  • Banned in Arizona
  • Can Medicare Be Fixed?
  • Manufacturing Jobs
  • Do No Harm and Danish Medical Courts
  • Ending Paralysis: New Jersey and Germany
  • A Tale of Four Tax Returns
  • The Long-term Care Challenge
  • Frequent Fliers and Healthcare Reform
  • Family Rewards
  • The Family Planning Fight
  • Crossing the line at the border: Update
  • Employment's new look
  • Money Matters: Life after Citizens United

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