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I couldn't not find the answer to this in my book.

The county form of local government is found in a. about half the states, b. all but two states, c.only 2 states, d. fewer then half of the states.

I am guessing that since my book says " over the past century, the role of county government has grown enormously thoughout the united states."
The answer should be B

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