New houses rise on Mable Ave in Modesto, Calif., on Jan. 14, 2016. The shift to new subdivisions is widening economic segregation in the area, a new Stanford study shows.
New houses rise on Mable Ave in Modesto, Calif., on Jan. 14, 2016. The shift to new subdivisions is widening economic segregation in the area, a new Stanford study shows. Andy Alfaro aalfaro@modbee.com
New houses rise on Mable Ave in Modesto, Calif., on Jan. 14, 2016. The shift to new subdivisions is widening economic segregation in the area, a new Stanford study shows. Andy Alfaro aalfaro@modbee.com

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