Winchester's Immigrants, Part of a Growing Trend

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NPR's Jennifer Ludden reports on Winchester, Va., which is part of a national trend in which an increasing number of immigrants are settling in small towns. Winchester's infrastructure — from medical to education systems — are struggling to adjust to non-English speaking residents with low incomes.



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