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Democrats Criticize Trump for Ordering Illegal Immigrants Excluded From Census
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Democrats Criticize Trump for Ordering Illegal Immigrants Excluded From Census
2020-07-30 14:01:04
by Tom Ramstack

WASHINGTON - Democrats attacked the president’s plan to exclude illegal immigrants from the 2020 Census during a congressional hearing Wednesday while Republicans said they wanted to prevent foreign influence. The House Oversight Committee held what it called an “emergency hearing”... Read More

Trump’s Move to Exclude Some Immigrants in Census Could Affect States’ Seats in Congress
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Trump’s Move to Exclude Some Immigrants in Census Could Affect States’ Seats in Congress

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump on Tuesday directed his administration to exclude immigrants who are in the United States illegally when calculating how many seats in Congress each state gets after the current census, a decision that critics denounced as... Read More

Trump Moves to Bar Undocumented Aliens From Reapportionment Count
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Trump Moves to Bar Undocumented Aliens From Reapportionment Count
2020-07-21 19:29:30
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump signed a memorandum Tuesday barring people in the U.S. illegally from being counted in congressional reapportionment. The Supreme Court last year blocked the administration's effort to add a citizenship question to the census form, with... Read More

Chicago Mayor Sends Out ‘Census Cowboy’ to Boost Low Response Rates
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Chicago Mayor Sends Out ‘Census Cowboy’ to Boost Low Response Rates
2020-07-14 14:22:45
by Gaspard Le Dem

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot on Monday unveiled an unusual plan to encourage Chicagoans to participate in the U.S. government’s once-a-decade push to count every U.S. resident: a cowboy on a horse.  The mayor was speaking at a press conference when... Read More

Census to Start Door-Knocking After Pandemic Pause
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Census to Start Door-Knocking After Pandemic Pause

WASHINGTON — The Census Bureau will plan a “final push” outreach effort this month to encourage many communities that haven’t responded to the census to do so, the agency said Wednesday during an update of plans amid a coronavirus pandemic... Read More

Census Bureau Riles Democrats With Pair of New Political Appointees
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Census Bureau Riles Democrats With Pair of New Political Appointees

WASHINGTON — The Trump administration added two political appointees to the Census Bureau in newly created positions Tuesday, increasing concerns among census experts and Democrats that the largely apolitical data agency may be tipping to Republican advantage. The Census Bureau announced that Nathaniel... Read More

Researchers Push for Public Test of Census Privacy Tools
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Researchers Push for Public Test of Census Privacy Tools

WASHINGTON — The Census Bureau says it has improved its ability to give accurate data while protecting the privacy of its 2020 questionnaire responses, but experts worry they won’t be able to test the agency’s strategy before it is finalized.... Read More

Census Bureau Finds High Disability Rates Among Post 9-11 Vets
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Census Bureau Finds High Disability Rates Among Post 9-11 Vets
2020-06-04 20:58:02
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - America's veteran population is changing, with its overall size declining, the number of women in its ranks on the rise, and a generation of Post 9-11 vets who are far more likely to suffer from a service-connected disability... Read More

Census Bureau Survey Finds America Remains a Nation of Small Towns
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Census Bureau Survey Finds America Remains a Nation of Small Towns
2020-05-22 12:59:18
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - Most Americans live in small incorporated towns and villages with populations of fewer than 5,000, a new report from the U.S. Census Bureau finds. Released on Thursday, the bureau's latest population estimates for cities and towns found that... Read More

Census Bureau Nears Goal for 2020 Count, But Crucial Areas Lag
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Census Bureau Nears Goal for 2020 Count, But Crucial Areas Lag

WASHINGTON — The Census Bureau has reached the cusp of its goal for the nation to respond to the 2020 count, but with rates still lagging in minority neighborhoods, advocates and members of Congress worry that people in diverse communities... Read More

Census Bureau to Restart Operations in Rural Areas of Country
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Census Bureau to Restart Operations in Rural Areas of Country

After suspending most of its operations in March due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Census Bureau announced Monday it plans to restart some of its fieldwork in rural areas around the country. Those operations had been delayed through early June,... Read More

Census Delay Could Put Off New Voting Districts, Primaries
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Census Delay Could Put Off New Voting Districts, Primaries

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — The U.S. Census Bureau needs more time to wrap up the once-a-decade count because of the coronavirus, opening the possibility of delays in drawing new legislative districts that could help determine what political party is... Read More

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