Arizona back to No. 2 fastest growing state

December 2007
Inside Tucson Business;12/31/2007, Vol. 17 Issue 29, p3
The article focuses on the decrease in the population growth-rate in Arizona. Census data estimates the state's population grew by 2.8 percent in the 12 months ending July 1, 2007 down from 3.6 percent in the previous year. The author also compares the population growth rate of Arizona and various U.S. states


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