How will a larger, older and more diverse population affect life in the Twin Cities?

The Twin Cities population is expected to grow larger, older and more diverse over the next three decades. A new report from the Metropolitan Council forecasts growth of nearly 900,000 residents and a population that is more than 40 percent people of color. Today’s Question: How will a larger, older and more diverse population affect life in the Twin Cities?

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