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17 States Sue Trump Administration Over Census Citizenship Question
The proposed question raised concerns that minority communities would be discouraged from responding, leading to less congressional representation and federal funding.
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Why Trump's Census Change Could Hit Asian-Americans Especially Hard
One in five Asian-Americans live in hard-to-count census areas due to high rates of poverty, unemployment and educational attainment, among other factors.
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At Least A Dozen States Plan To Sue Over New Census Citizenship Question
“A fair and accurate count of all people in America is one of the federal government’s most solemn constitutional obligations."
The Shady Political Motives Behind Trump's Citizenship Census Question
The Trump administration is adding a question about citizenship status to the 2020 Census. It’s the first time since 1950 the census will ask that question, and it could have a very real impact on the U.S. population.
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Trump Administration Decides To Add A Question About Citizenship To 2020 Census
Civil rights groups say the question is untested and could depress response rates among minorities.
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Controversial Pick For Top Census Post No Longer Under Consideration
Thomas Brunell had no management experience, but was being considered for the top operational role at the Census Bureau.
Nursing Home Abuse Is The Health Care Story You Should be Following
Remington A. Gregg
Last month, the federal government signaled its intention to roll back protections critical to the health, safety and welfare
As An Arab Woman, I Feel Equally Visible And Invisible In The U.S.
Assistant Professor and Podcast Producer
There were times in my life where I was forced to be visible, when all I wanted was to remain invisible. But this is a time in my life where I want to be seen.
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Census Director Quits Just As The Census Ramps Up
Facing a major budget crunch, the man who was counting the U.S. population for Trump is resigning.
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We Count: Why Data Matters More Than Ever For LGBTQ People
Senior Manager of National Research and Policy, New York City ...
This week it was announced that the 2020 Census will not include questions about sexual orientation and gender identity. Later
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Expanding the Emergency Room Model: 'Central Care System' Could Help Americans Gain Universal Health Care Access
Dr. Sudip Bose
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Obama And The Future Of Mixed-Race And Multiracial America
Heidi W. Durrow
New York Times best-selling author of
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What Is A "White Hispanic"?
Raul A. Reyes
Attorney; NBCNews.com Contributor, CNN Opinion columnist
In the immediate aftermath of the shooting rampage at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, journalists and law enforcement officials were scrambling for details.
The dangerous demography of Christmas
Jennifer Dabbs Sciubba
Author, Associate Professor, jennifersciubba.com
Counting 11 Million Undocumented Immigrants Is Easier Than You Think
The Conversation US
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The confusion is warranted. After all, the U.S. Census Bureau does not ask people about their immigration status, so how can we know much about the unauthorized foreign-born population?
A Better Economy for All Generations
Debra B. Whitman, Ph.D.
Chief Public Policy Officer, AARP
Thinking Globally, Acting Locally
Founder, PITAPOLICY Consulting
Although it is an election year, we are concerned about issues that affect us as Muslim-Americans no matter what season it is. These issues included: 1) gun safety, 2) Islamophobia, 3) immigration, 4) refugee resettlement policy, and 5) state budget deficit spending.
2016 Summit precedes historic Census news; encouraging movement in Congress
Executive Director, Opportunity Nation
Morning In America Delivered By Democrats
Leo W. Gerard
International President, United Steelworkers
Nine years after the Great Recession began during the tax- and regulation-slashing Bush administration, some startlingly good economic news arrived from Washington, D.C., last week.
America’s Most (And Least) Educated States
24/7 Wall St.
More Americans today hold academic degrees than ever before. The percentage of U.S. adults who completed a four-year college
Incomes in U.S. Are Up Sharply as the Poor Gain Most Except for Who? The Story No One Is Talking About!
Executive Director of National Disability Institute, working t...
America's Richest (And Poorest) States
24/7 Wall St.
The U.S. Census Bureau released on Wednesday new data from its 2015 nationwide population survey. According to the annual
Emerging From The Great Recession
Political writer and blogger at ChrisWeigant.com
There was some rather important economic news yesterday, which could be summed up as "things are getting better."
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Obama Tried, But The Gender Pay Gap Hasn't Budged Since '07
A new report on incomes offered lots to celebrate, but women had less reason to cheer.
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