The White House may still be seeking immigration and citizenship status questions on the 2020 Census.
One of the reasons for our focus on the 2020 Census is concern about efforts to find the hardest to count among the American population, generally residing in urban cores, rural areas, and native r
Major American business groups joined forces on November 28, 2017, in support of funding for the decennial Census, "a key building block for our democracy" that "informs decision-making in both the public and private sectors."
House CJS Appropriations Subcommittee bill tops off Trump budget request for Census Bureau with an extra $10 million
Senator Richard Shelby (R-AL) opened discussion about the Census Bureau at a recent hearing reviewing the Department of Commerce’s FY2018 budget proposal with a bunch of concerns about the decennial Census and how to fund it.
At this crucial moment of preparation for the 2020 Census, we need to quickly and appropriately replace retiring Census Bureau Director John Thompson.
The Trump Administration released the full Fiscal Year 2018 budget proposal this morning, offering "woefully inadequate" funding for the Census Bureau.
Insufficient funding for the 2020 Census and American Community Survey (ACS) in the final Fiscal Year 2017 funding law
The Insights Association talks to the Washington Post about funding concerns for the decennial Census and American Community Survey (ACS)