The ranking member of the House Energy & Commerce Committee discusses federal privacy regulation in response to GDPR
April 12, 2019Read More
April 9, 2019Read More
April 4, 2019
President Trump Says 2020 Census "Meaningless" Without Citizenship Question But Insights Association DisagreesRead More
The Insights Association responds in HuffPost about the essential value of the decennial census after President's tweeting
April 2, 2019Read More
The Insights Association joined an amicus brief at the U.S. Supreme Court, arguing against the addition of a citizenship question in the 2020 census.
March 7, 2019Read More
Another federal judge has ruled against the Trump Administration's attempt to add a citizenship question to the 2020 Census.
March 1, 2019Read More
Senator Pat Leahy (D-VT), vice-chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee, recently acknowledged the magnitude of the budget challenge facing Congress in funding the Census Bureau.
February 21, 2019Read More
According to analysis from Election Data Services (EDS), using estimates from the Census Bureau, "13 states will be impacted by changes in their congressional delegation if these new numbers were used for apportionment today” (one more than last year's estimate.)
February 20, 2019Read More
If "litigators and courts can characterize a communication which might ultimately improve customer relations as an “advertisement” or 'telemarketing,' then there will hardly be any communication between businesses and customers which will not be subject to the TCPA’s telemarketing rules," the Insights Association recently told the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
February 15, 2019Read More
Congress sent President Trump legislation yesterday including $3.82 billion for all Census Bureau operations in Fiscal Year 2019, a billion dollar increase over FY18, as requested by the Insights Association. The President is expected to sign the bill today.
February 12, 2019Read More
For the 2020 Census, the Census Bureau plans to have only half as many regional census offices (six instead of 12) and area census offices (248 instead of 425) as were used in the 2010 Census. That spurred Rep. Jimmy Panetta (D-CA-20) and 54 of his House colleagues to reach out to Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross with concerns about how this could exacerbate potential undercount in rural, low-income and minority communities.