For decades, a baby boomer age has had the largest single-year population in the United States. No more. Now boomers have lost the title to their millennial children, with 22-year-olds claiming first place, according to the U.S. Census.
Have you every struggled to get around town? Many Americans who don't drive are relying on public transportation to take care of their basic needs - shopping for groceries, banking, picking up prescriptions at the pharmacy, and getting to the nearest doctor's office.
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