Join the Congressional Rural Caucus for a discussion about a new report from the George Washington Institute of Public Policy and the Census Project studying the $31 billion a year in federal funding that census data guides to rural areas.

Come learn about the findings of the report, stakeholder perspectives regarding 2020 Census funding challenges and opportunities, and the significance of the top funded programs for rural America.

Thursday, October 11
1-2 pm
1302 Longworth House Office Building
*** Light refreshments will be provided ***

Panelists to include:

  • Dr. Andrew Reamer, Research Professor, George Washington University's Institute of Public Policy
  • Howard Fienberg, VP Advocacy for the Insights Association and co-director of the Census Project
  • Arthur Scott, Associate Legislative Director and Political Outreach Manager, National Association of Counties

Hosted by Rep. Walz and Rep. Peterson

with special thanks to the Minnesota Council on Foundations and the Census Project

RSVP to Imani.Augustus@mail.house.gov