In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the national count could be severely affected.
En medio de la pandemia del COVID-19, el conteo nacional podría verse gravemente afectado.
The regional director of the 2020 census reflects on his journey - and how the census has evolved since his first days as a census leader in Puerto Rico.
Fernando Armstrong, 2020 Census regional director, looks to ensure that everyone in the Philadelphia region is counted in the upcoming census.
What has been a traditional governmental procedure since 1790 is now being used as a dangerous political weapon.
In a letter to Committee Chair Elijah Cummings (D-Md.), Assistant Attorney General Stephen Boyd announced the President's decision to asserted executive privilege over census 2020 citizenship question subpoenaed documents.
“It will affect how we are treated by the federal government over the next decade, and the way things have been going we have to make sure we get everyone counted,” Mayor Jim Kenney said during Census Day 2019
One year after the Department of Commerce announced the reinstatement of the question of citizenship in the Census, a court strikes down the move and calls it illegal.
A un año de que el Departamento de Comercio anunciara la reincorporación de la pregunta de ciudadanía en el Censo, una corte le pone freno a la movida y la tilda de ilegal.
Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross has ensured that the citizenship information in the 2020 census will be private and will not be shared with other government agencies. Can we believe him?
El Secretario de Comercio Wilbur Ross ha asegurado que la información de ciudadanía en el censo 2020 será de carácter privado y no se compartirá con otros organismos gubernamentales. ¿Podemos creerle?
Lo que se conocía como un procedimiento gubernamental tradicional, desde 1790, ahora es un arma política peligrosa.