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|Other titles||HR 2457, to require an EPA study on suburban and rural growth|
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• Karen B. Pearson, Editor. Highlights of This Study • Approximately 80 percent of the landmass in the United States is classified as rural. 55 million Americans live in rural areas, some 22 percent of the total U.S. population. • In rural areas, median family income is 25 percent lower, and the poverty rate 28.
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