The associated press released an article to day showing Louisiana grew about 50,000 in the last year. Forgot to say we lost 200,000 after Katrina. Florida grew some, but the growth had slowed considerably. Nevada was still the fastest growing state. Seems the hurricanes have changed peoples minds about where to retire. Higher insurance costs amongst other things also contributed to this slowing growth. I guess elevation is still in demand considering the 2004 and 2005 hurricane seasons.
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