The Star-Ledger reports New Jersey demographic statistics from the 2000 census. "It is more populous, less white, and more suburban than it was a decade ago . . . numbers will be used redraw legislative district lines." But as diversity in this small state increases, "the state's historical pattern of black-white housing segregation" has remained the same. In addition, the articles break down each town to examine ethnic concentrations around the state and also shows population increases in each legislative district.
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