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This Week On Metro Connection: Wealth

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We'll look at our region's growing affluence, and the changing ways we think about money. We'll explore the rise of uber-rich communities known as "Super Zips," and talk with wealthy Washingtonians who think they should be taxed more, not less. Plus, we'll find out why Maryland's foreclosure rate is soaring, years after the housing bubble burst.

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