The Trump administration's plans to add a hotly contested citizenship question to the 2020 census have suffered another major blow in the courts.
One year out, California ramps up its 2020 Census preparations in a state home to some of the nation’s hardest-to-count counties — including San Francisco.
State lawmakers will provide $40 million in state money to ensure New Yorkers are ready for next year’s census, sources told the Daily News Wednesday.
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A federal judge in New York has ruled against the Trump administration's decision to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census.
The 2020 Census will have far-reaching impacts on the future of our state, particularly for California’s low-income workers whose perspectives are often missing from the policies and institutions that shape our lives.
A public health funder based in California just kicked in $10 million to aid the state’s $90 million efforts to get a fair and accurate census count in 2020. The count determines the destination of federal dollars, the breakdown of representation in Washington and even influences where private investments flow.
The Trump administration is considering another extreme reduction in the number of refugees allowed into the United States.
The inclusion of a question about citizenship status on the next census has funders and advocates even more worried about getting a full and accurate count in 2020.