[Washington Post] After decades of seemingly unending decline, the District of Columbia's population is growing again. This is good news. To thrive, the District needs more residents. But if the influx of new households pushes rents and house prices too high, low- and moderate-income families may be crowded out and vibrant communities may be lost.
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