Nice before/after map and story from USA Today about how suburban growth has slowed:
Five years ago, millions of Americans were streaming to new homes on the fringes of metropolitan areas. Then housing prices collapsed and the Great Recession slowed growth to levels not seen since the Great Depression in the 1930s. Growth remained slow last year, and largely confined to counties at the center of metropolitan areas. Maps show population gain or loss in 2006 and 2011, based on new Census Bureau estimates.
Anyone have thoughts about the colors? Though muted, they could remind readers of politics maps.