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The price of inflation in Clark County

Columbian reporters break down how, where costs have increased – and where they’ve stabilized

The Columbian
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Rent. Food. Utilities. Education. Just about everything is getting more expensive in Clark County.

Prices rose by 6 percent nationally in the 12 months ending in February, down from 6.8 percent the year before.

Local inflation rates are more difficult to grasp overall, but reporting by Columbian staffers determined how much more costly each of these local necessities have become over the course of about a year.

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