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The great divide: Many Ohio towns left behind despite strengthening economy

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Despite an economy that has fully recovered from the worst recession since the Great Depression, many Ohio communities are lagging. Research has shown that the recovery has been clustered around the most prosperous areas of the country.

Look no further than the boundary between Marion and Delaware counties to see where the Ohio and U.S. economies stand nine years after the end of the worst recession since the Great Depression.

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