Minnesota immigration shift mirrors national trend

In Minnesota, as nationally, new Asian immigrants outnumber Hispanics for the first time. A big draw: jobs.
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In Minnesota, as nationally, new Asian immigrants outnumber Hispanics for the first time. A big draw: jobs.

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