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Meghan54

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Cuz apparently this is "news" to some people.




I am surprised it only grew 6 percent in 22 years. I would have thought it much higher these days.
Can’t read? It plainly said the jump was 61%…literally the second sentence/paragraph of the article.
 

pauldun170

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Cuz apparently this is "news" to some people.




I am surprised it only grew 6 percent in 22 years. I would have thought it much higher these days.
Is there an issue with a factual, non-opinionated report containing information from a peer reviewed study?
 

brandonbull

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Cuz apparently this is "news" to some people.




I am surprised it only grew 6 percent in 22 years. I would have thought it much higher these days.
Actually, it grew by 9.8% to 67% I guess some of you dickdumb Progressheviks would really thrive with the new educational requirements in Oregon.
 

shortylickens

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Actually, it grew by 9.8% to 67% I guess some of you dickdumb Progressheviks would really thrive with the new educational requirements in Oregon.
Next time you troll, put the bare minimum of effort into it.
Like your treason attempts.
 

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