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OPINION: Will We All Count in the 2020 Census? An Inside View

by Steven Beck


Filling out yet another Notice of Visit after knocking on an apartment door, from the corner of my eye I caught sight of a huge form hurtling toward me.  

My safety training as a Census Enumerator said to beware of dogs, but thankfully this massive husky was wriggling with delight at finding a new person to befriend. 

“I’m with the Census,” I told her apologetic master, also making note of his apartment should I need to interview him as a proxy for a neighbor. Then, after slipping the “NOV” under the door I was off to the next door, building, or street listed on my digital case list.

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Census Citizenship Question Blocked in Federal Court

by Ryan Phelan

(This article was originally published on The Seattle Globalist and has been reprinted with permission)

A federal judge on Tuesday ruled against the Trump administration’s attempts to include a citizenship question in the 2020 census in New York.

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