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'Minority' Surge in South Promises Change

Chris Kromm gives both political strategists and policy wonks something to chew on in his Facing South post "Changing South: Half of K-12 students are 'minority.'" Kromm reports on the explosive growth of African Americans and Hispanics in the south, noting that 47 percent of the south's K-12 public school students are now people of color. The implications for immigration, education and tax policy should be huge in upcomming election cycles.