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This is how the US could look, based on economics

Redrawing the borders on the map of the United States. Image: REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS) - RTX17YWW

Ana Swanson
Johnathan O'Connell
Reporter, The Washington Post
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'Mega-regions' in the United States
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Employment centres around Sacramento and how they are connected
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Boundaries based on economic communities rather than states
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