WASHINGTON, DC (AP) – Philadelphia and its suburbs continued to attract new residents and south-central Pennsylvania also grew at a healthy clip, but most of PA’s 67 counties lost people over the past decade according to new population data released by the U.S. Census Bureau. As a whole, PA added about 300,000 residents to surpass 13 million, but its 2.4% growth rate cost the state another U.S. House seat. The detailed Census data will be used to redraw the boundaries of PA’s state legislative and congressional districts.