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  • Kim Watson
    I think it s safe to say that North Dakota won t grow much. It hasn t grown in population in decades. Kim W. Dakotabound ... From: Jason P Sorens
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 31, 2002
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      I think it's safe to say that North Dakota won't grow much. It hasn't grown
      in population in decades.

      Kim W.

      ----- Original Message -----
      From: "Jason P Sorens" <jason.sorens@...>
      To: <freestateproject@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Friday, August 30, 2002 6:45 PM
      Subject: RE: [FSP] Digest Number 233

      > On Fri, 30 Aug 2002, Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
      > > I think it might be valuable to factor in projections for population
      > > growth. If a state makes the cut now but is projected to grow by 30% by
      > > the time the move will be complete, that might threaten the FSP's power
      > > influence policies there. "Solitar" posted some demographic projections
      > > the forum site and they seemed quite useful to me, although IIRC they
      > > for the year 2020 (2010 might be more important for us).
      > Yeah, they were rather distant projections. We should have a better idea
      > whether a state is growing too fast a year from now. Of the 10 states I
      > listed, Idaho is the fastest-growing one.
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