With the new online format, questions about security will be raised
From rural pockets to big cities, the 2020 Census counters will soon begin their quest to make a note of every person living in the United States and learn key bits of information about each of them.
Local cities will be helping to get the word out.
The $15.6-billion undertaking, the first public head count since the last census 10 years ago, will not ask respondents if they are U.S. citizens, nor will it ask them if th...
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