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Census Apportionment Delayed Until End of April

Politicos have been waiting, waiting, waiting … to know how many seats each state will have in the U.S. House for the next 10 years. We don’t have the answer for you, but we now know when we will know: by the end of April.

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Category: Census, COVID-19
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Jailhouse (Census) Block

For most, the census process is simple: People are counted as residents in the census block where they live. For those incarcerated, however, this process is not so clear cut.

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Category: Census
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