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Census: Relief Payments Staved off Hardship in COVID Crash

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Census: Relief Payments Staved off Hardship in COVID Crash

"The census bureau says the share of Americans living in poverty rose slightly last year the cover nineteen pandemic shook the economy last year but massive relief payments pumped out by Congress ease hardship for many according to the census bureau the official poverty measure showed an increase of one percentage point in twenty twenty indicating that eleven point four percent of Americans were living in poverty it was the first such increase after five consecutive annual declines but a more complete supplemental measure of poverty which takes into account income streams such as stimulus payments actually showed that the share of people in poverty dipped after the eight was factored in I'm Shelley Adler

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The Return of Evictions in the U.S.

Axios Today

01:58 min | 3 weeks ago

The Return of Evictions in the U.S.

"The first time since march twenty twenty most american renters can be evicted with the federal eviction ban. now over in the last few state protections set to end this month. It's really hard to know how many people this could affect. But the census bureau estimates four point seven million adults live in households where eviction is at least somewhat likely in the next two months meanwhile goldman sachs estimates seven hundred and fifty thousand households could face eviction by the end of the year actresses chief financial correspondent felix. Salmon is with me for more hi felix. i hope so. We talked on the show a few months ago about how maybe fewer americans than many had thought would actually lose their this year. Has that assessment changed. Yes the supreme court case. I think came as a bit of a surprise. They basically said the. Cdc is not allowed to continue this eviction moratorium that they had and so now. That is no eviction. Mars horror this still illegal process. Any landlord has to go through in order to evict you and states have slow processes. The courts overwhelmed. It'll still take a while before people start getting evicted but it is now legally possible in the way that it wasn't just a week ago what government protections do still exist for people in more precarious housing situations right now. So it's changing rapidly. You know the new york state legislature is coming back to try and pas new rules extending protections now the federal protections on there anymore. I think other states are going to do similar things. I think it is just going to be much more case by case than it used to be. It used to be like this big federal blanket ban. And now it's just gonna be. You're going to have to talk to your lawyers. Who can have to also really work hard to try and work out whether you can access some of the federal funds which have been impact for helping out rentis declare. Easy thing is. That's probably more money earmarked for helping out renters than they is rent areas. But it's just very difficult to match. Those

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Supreme Court Allows Evictions to Resume During Pandemic

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last month

Supreme Court Allows Evictions to Resume During Pandemic

"The U. S. supreme court's rule that rental evictions can take place during the pandemic despite White House efforts to stop them this separate courts conservative majority has rejected arguments from the blighted ministration that the U. S. centers for disease control have the authority to block of actions from occurring because of the health crisis caused by covert nineteen the justices said the CDC lacks the authority unless it had been granted by Congress and is lifting the moratorium the courts three liberal justices dissented roughly three and a half million people in the United States reported to the census bureau they face eviction in the next two months the nation's highest court this week also rejected a Biden administration effort to stop the trump era policy requiring asylum seekers to remain waiting in Mexico for an asylum hearing Jackie Quinn Washington

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2020 Census Data Shows U.S. Population Is More Diverse

KHOW Marketplace

00:37 sec | Last month

2020 Census Data Shows U.S. Population Is More Diverse

"The Census Bureau's latest data shows. The U. S is getting more diverse. ABC is Jim Ryan. Reports between 2010 and 2020. The country grew by only 7.4% to 331 million people, the slowest rate of growth since the 19 thirties. And among those 331 million people, says the Census Bureau's Nicholas Jones. The U. S population is much more multiracial and more racially and ethnically diverse than what we measured in the Past. The number of people selecting some other race on census forms more than doubled now comprises about 15% of the country's population, surpassing African Americans as the second largest group behind white people.

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Census Bureau Releases 2020 Data Showing a More Diverse America

Jim Bohannon

00:19 sec | Last month

Census Bureau Releases 2020 Data Showing a More Diverse America

"Bureau yesterday shows the US became more diverse and more urban. Over the last decade, the non Hispanic white population dropping for the first time on record. The numbers that will be used to redraw the nation's political map, showing the migration to the south and west from the Midwest and Northeast continues a California man facing a

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Census Shows U.S. Is Diversifying, White Population Shrinking

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last month

Census Shows U.S. Is Diversifying, White Population Shrinking

"The census bureau has issued its most detailed portrait yet of how the U. S. has changed over the past decade the twenty twenty census figures show continued migration to the south and west and population losses in the Mississippi Delta an appellation but the bureau's mark Perry sees a shift in the patterns most states in the west continue to be the fastest growth category but this is no longer true in the south in that region only five states and the district of Columbia we're in the fastest growing category the numbers also indicate the white population of the U. S. is aging and has fallen to its smallest share of total population on record well the nation's population under eighteen is increasingly diverse overall Perry says the last decade saw the second slowest population growth on record only the nineteen thirties had slower growth Ben Thomas Washington

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New Census Data Expected to Reveal a More Diverse America

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

New Census Data Expected to Reveal a More Diverse America

"New census data being released today is expected to show a more diverse America the census bureau will release new data today mapping the demographic transformation of the nation over the last decade the data is expected to show dozens of counties across eighteen states mainly in the south and southwest no longer have a majority racial or ethnic group for the first time the census is expected to show a decline in the non Hispanic white population with virtually all population growth in the US to be among people of color the data is being released more than four months late due to delays caused by the cold good nineteen pandemic might cross CO Washington

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Evictions Expected to Spike as Pandemic Moratorium Ends

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last month

Evictions Expected to Spike as Pandemic Moratorium Ends

"Addictions are expected to spike is a federal pandemic moratorium ends a nationwide ban on evictions expired over the weekend the buy did ministration argued its hands were tied after the Supreme Court signaled the measure had to end and the ball is now in Congress's court millions of people are at risk of being exposed to Kobe justice cases arising across the country the U. S. census bureau reports that over three and a half million people say they face eviction in the next two months a spike in addictions is expected especially in parts of the south and regions with weaker tenant protections Congress approved historic amounts of rental assistance the distribution by states and localities has been painfully slow with only about three billion of the forty six and a half billion approved being handed out in Saint Louis sheriff Vernon Betts says a hundred twenty six addictions have been ordered pending the end of the moratorium his office plans to enforce about thirty addictions per day that says they'll be hundreds of additional order soon I'm Jennifer king

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The Facts About Voter ID Laws Democrats Don't Want to Admit To

The Dan Bongino Show

01:37 min | 3 months ago

The Facts About Voter ID Laws Democrats Don't Want to Admit To

"You say, Oh, let's go back a couple elections. Let's see if voter ID laws in the 2018 midterms are 2020 was associated with lower Democrat or minority turnout. Let's see, because we have the data now, right? This is what the Democrats don't want you to hear. And don't want you to know if you're a liberal, I would love you to call in and debate this. Tell me I'm lying. I dare you. Wall Street Journal. The voter suppression myth. This is about the midterms in 2018. We're gonna go back to elections. Not just one to show you how much of a lie this argument is that the Democrats all we're all about trying to increase voter access. No, you're not. Voter access has been up dramatically with voter ID laws. Here. The voter suppression myth quote the number of Latino voters nearly doubled in last year's midterms Talk about 2018 compared to 2014 and came close the presidential year levels, according to the Pew Research Center Analysis of Census Bureau data. This government data. The share of blacks who voted in 2018 climbed 10.8% points to 51.4%. Which was similar to the increase in white turnout. 11.7 points. Whites made up 72% of the national electorate down from 76% 2014. The minority turnout surge benefited Democrats who picked up 40 House seats and more. So just to be clear, Ladies and gentlemen, we're doing facts and data and science and stuff, right? We have the data from the Census Bureau. Voter ID laws have been passed in multiple states. And the midterm elections, Voter turnout amongst minorities went up

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Census Bureau: 70% of Voters Cast Ballots Early or by Mail

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 5 months ago

Census Bureau: 70% of Voters Cast Ballots Early or by Mail

"US census bureau survey of voters confirms what many political analysts expected regarding the November presidential election survey results show more than two thirds of U. S. citizens who are of voting age participated in the twenty twenty election and nearly seventy percent of the voters cast ballots by mail or early in person voting those are two forms of voting that Republicans in some states have restricted since losing the presidential race in twenty sixteen just forty percent of voters used mail or early voting to cast their ballots some experts think the twenty twenty election posted the highest turnout rate since nineteen hundred before women had the right to vote I'm Mike Hampton

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Census Shows US Population Growth Slowest Since the Great Depression

John Batchelor

00:34 sec | 5 months ago

Census Shows US Population Growth Slowest Since the Great Depression

"From the 2020 Census Aaron showing the U. S population growth has slowed to its lowest rate. Since the Great Depression and the nation's political center of gravity kept shifting farther to the Republican dominated South and west. It was a big U. S population shift over the last 10 years, the South Korea the fastest over the last decade, with the 10.2% increase in population, followed by the West, with 9.2%, acting Census Bureau chief Ron German, saying the Northeast lost more than 4% of its population. The Midwest shrank by more than 3%.

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Texas, Florida, North Carolina Among States to Gain House Seats After Census

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 5 months ago

Texas, Florida, North Carolina Among States to Gain House Seats After Census

"That will gain congressional seats based on population data from the census. CBS is Aaron Navarro reports. We now know how many congressional seats each state will have for the next decade. Census Bureau data shows. Six states will Addison, North Carolina, Florida, Oregon, Colorado, Montana and Texas, which will add two seats. Seven others will lose a congressional district, New York Well, in a way Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan, West Virginia, and for the first time in its history, California Our Steve Futterman says California's governor will

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Census: Texas gains Congress seats, Calif. loses first time

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Census: Texas gains Congress seats, Calif. loses first time

"The nation's political center of gravity shifted further to the Republican led south and west thanks to the twenty twenty census the first numbers from the twenty twenty senses are out and the show Republican controlled southern and western states gaining congressional seats the once in a decade head count shows where the population grew during the past ten years and we're trying to fast growing Texas got enough people to merit to new house seats Florida North Carolina picked up one apiece while Michigan New York and Ohio each lost a seat so to California losing a seat for the first time ever all together the U. S. population rose seven point four percent which the census bureau says is the second slowest ever I'm Shelley Adler

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New Census Numbers Show 6 States Gaining, 7 Losing Congressional Seats

Larry O'Connor

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

New Census Numbers Show 6 States Gaining, 7 Losing Congressional Seats

"In and some changes are coming in the U. S house is the population ships. Acting Census Bureau Director Ron German gave us the number where the total U. S population sits. 331,449,281 more than 7% higher than 10 years ago. As for how it impacts US House seats, six states made gains, Texas will gain two seats. In Colorado, Florida, Montana, North Carolina in Oregon, will each gain one seat. Seven states, California and New York among them will each lose a House seat. More data will be released later in the year, including numbers on age sex, ethnicity and race. Gurnal. Scott

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Ban on renter evictions during COVID-19 pandemic is extended

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:33 sec | 6 months ago

Ban on renter evictions during COVID-19 pandemic is extended

"Is extending its national ban on evictions through the end of June. The CDC says preventing evictions and keeping people out of crowded settings is a key step in stopping the spread of covered 19. Moratorium was scheduled to expire March 31st and they were experts who are worried that a spike of evictions would happen if the band wasn't extended, the Census Bureau says about 20% of renters said they couldn't pay rent to the month of March. During the pandemic, at least 43 states, the District of Columbia temporarily prohibited evictions at some point, and that is also true here in San Diego and California.

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The Greater Houston Area Of Woodlands Ranked No. 1 Best City To Live In America

Joe Pags

00:39 sec | 6 months ago

The Greater Houston Area Of Woodlands Ranked No. 1 Best City To Live In America

"And according to a ranking and review site, called Nish The Woodlands is that to make that the 2021 best place to live in the entire country of the United States, decisions are made from residents, reviews and information from the U. S. Census Bureau, FBI U. S Bureau of Labor statistics. And the U. S Department of Education. Now the fact is that they're looking for in this study include the quality of local schools, crime rates, housing trends, employment statistics and access to amenities and an attempt to measure the overall quality of each

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Landlords Struggling To Stay Afloat See Lifeline In COVID-19 Relief For Renters

NPR's Business Story of the Day

01:23 min | 6 months ago

Landlords Struggling To Stay Afloat See Lifeline In COVID-19 Relief For Renters

"Relief bill passed by. Congress has billions of dollars in rental assistance. For people who've lost work can't rent and are just trying to avoid eviction. This could benefit landlords too many of them have been struggling to keep their apartment buildings up and running so some landlords are helping the residents apply for federal relief aid. Npr's chris arnold reports nearly ten million. Americans are behind on payments. According to the census. Bureau and stephanie graves. Is seeing that play out first-hand and she's a landlord who owns buildings around houston. I have a small property in town. It's about twenty. Two units and eight residents have not been able to pay over six months on and off. We'll get one hundred dollars on one thousand dollar rent grave. Says she's not a victim anytime who try to pay what they can and stay in communication with her but that means that she's losing money the rents coming in don't cover mortgage payments and paying the staff. Then we had the freeze in houston and the hot water heater gave out. And so that was a twenty two thousand dollar investment. We had to make with no income. And then i worry. How am i going to pay that loan if this goes on for much longer grave says a bigger property that she manages for another owner is hundreds of thousands of dollars behind on revenue with all the unpaid rents and covert related costs. It's

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Russian disinformation now targeting Western vaccines, U.S. officials say

WSJ Tech News Briefing

00:34 sec | 7 months ago

Russian disinformation now targeting Western vaccines, U.S. officials say

"Officials are accusing russian intelligence agencies of attempting to undermine competence in western corona virus vaccines using online publications to question the vaccine's development and safety even though the outlets readership is small officials. Say the false narratives they circulate could be amplified by international media the disinformation campaign. Please on existing zayed's about the vaccines like potential side effects which us census bureau data shows is one of the biggest reasons. Some people are hesitant about the vaccines. A spokesman for the kremlin denied that russia was orchestrating any such campaign

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"census bureau" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:48 min | 8 months ago

"census bureau" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Memorial as a militarized Washington Bolstered by 25,000 National Guard troops prepares for a swearing in, They will play out under extraordinary security in Philadelphia, The Bidens and members of their family joined an assembly line filling boxes with non perishables and fresh fruit for the charity. Phil Abundance. Kamila Harris resigns her Senate seat today that Laura work to do. It's not gonna be easy. Harrison, her husband filled bags of produce and dry goods at Martha's Table of Food Bank in southeast Washington. In honor of The day of service where we recognize and pay tribute to the work of Dr King Jennifer King. Washington Open the Gates President elect Biden plans to unveil a sweeping immigration bill on day one of his administration that would provide an eight year path to citizenship. For an estimated 11 million illegal aliens. The director of the U. S. Census Bureau, is resigning on inauguration Day. Stephen Dealing him says he will step down from his post on the day. Joe Biden becomes president. The head of the U. S. Census Bureau has faced criticism over efforts to produce citizenship data to comply with an order from President Trump. Last week, a watchdog agency said Dealing him had set a deadline that pressured statisticians to produce a report on the number of people in the country illegally. Greg Clugston Washington President elect Biden has chosen row hit Chopra as the director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Tapping a progressive allies Senator Elizabeth Warren the helm, the agency whose creation Warren champion Chopra is currently commissioner at the Federal Trade Commission. Check out more news. Read more analysis. She confined them both the town hall dot com. I'm Rhonda Rocks, Tre. Tell me why really factor is so successful in lowering or eliminating pain? I'm often asked that question. Beatings have childhood..

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"census bureau" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:46 min | 9 months ago

"census bureau" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Missile attack on a military base in Iraq. Housing Americans that caused brain concussion injuries to about 200 U. S troops, A delay in the census numbers could have an impact on congressional apportionment. CBS's Jim Crow. Sula has those details. The Census Bureau plans to announce it will miss a year on deadline for providing numbers fused to allocate congressional seats. The delay could impact President Donald Trump's efforts to exclude people in the country illegally from the count. If the figures aren't in before President elect Joe Biden takes office on Wall Street Wednesday, the down picked up 73 points. This is CBS News. Traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. It is 12 03. We're gonna start you off downtown. Where the O'Neill tunnel North bound side. You gonna slow down for a double right lane closure. No delays in the airport tunnels, But the Ted Williams is down a lane in both directions on the pike. You're down two lanes both ways through the potential tunnel. That is a speed limit. Ride south of the city. No trouble on the expressway 93 south. The ramp through 24 is closed. 24 95 are in good shape. North of the city. 93 the North bound side, No trouble passing more cruise by spot pond. You're moving freely on 1, 28 and Route one as you are out west on the pike route to and Route nine. This report sponsored by mothers against drunk driving for victims of drunk driving and drug driving. Your grief is unique. But you are not alone. You always have a place it mad. Call the 24 hour victim. Help line 877! Matt, help! Or visit mad dot org's cloudy sky 41 degrees. Steve Perez WBZ traffic on the threes. Here's the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast early on this Thursday morning. It'll be cloudy will have bits of rain and drizzle our temperatures steady or slowly rising..

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"census bureau" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:52 min | 9 months ago

"census bureau" Discussed on WTOP

"The Census Bureau plans to announce it will miss a year a deadline for providing numbers used to allocate congressional seats. The delay could impact President Donald Trump's efforts to exclude people in the country illegally from the count if the figures aren't in before President elect Joe Biden takes office, and that is CBS News correspondent Jim Crow, Sula. Will be the first time that the December 31st target date has been missed since the census deadline was put in place by Congress more than 40 years ago, Missouri's Republican senator, Just Holly, saying he will object next week when Congress meets to affirm the President elect's electoral college. When CBS News political consultant Leonard Stein horns says the move would force the House and the Senate. The vote delay but not likely to change the certification. Stein Horn says it is politically motivated. Senator Holly wants to run for president in 2024. So consider this a bid for President Trump's backing, assuming the president himself doesn't run again, And then there are all the die hard Trump supporters in the House and possibly a few in the Senate. Who may join in because they don't want to face the tutor IRA of the president, and they want to curry favor with Donald Trump space, and some House Republicans have already said they will object on President Trump's behalf on January 6th. WALMART tonight, apologizing for a tweet that called Holly a sort of loser for contesting President elect Joe Biden's victory. Company says it will delete the tweet called. Go Ahead. Get your two hour debate Hashtag sore loser it was mistakenly sent by a member of Wal Mart Social media team. You meant to publish it on their personal account the hashtag boycott. WalMart began to trend on Twitter shortly after it appeared on the company's official Twitter account. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation has finished its signature audit of the Atlanta suburb, Cobb County, which had been ordered by the Georgia secretary of state out of the 15,118 absentee.

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"census bureau" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:41 min | 9 months ago

"census bureau" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I could tell you probably just about where every one of them came from. They've lost count on how many Santas a large at their place. In fact, we told our grandchildren, we pay him $100 if they could count them all. Tell us how many we've actually had, and they said it wasn't worth it. Because of the pandemic. The Owens only added one new Santa Claus to their collection this year. Well, Coronas beer sales didn't suffer as much as you might think. During the pandemic, CBS News correspondent Lisa Matteo explains with a name that matches the outbreak that has affected more than 18 million Americans, Corona Beer has come out better than most. According to Wall Street analysts. Profit from the beer division of Constellation Brands, which owns the right to Corona in the United States, Rose 13% in the late summer and fall. Sales did fall slightly in the summer, dipping about 2% the company even when it Head with plans to launch a line of Corona branded alcoholic. Seltzer's shares of Constellation are up 14% this year. Lisa Matteo CBS News The latest U. S. Census Bureau. Estimates show that while most New England states are losing population, New Hampshire has continued its trend of modest gains. The estimates released cover a period between July 2019 and July 2020 during that time at Maine and New Hampshire, where the only New England states to gain population the New Hampshire seeing the largest percentage increase for the third year in a row. Dad, Um police, putting out a warning about a scam targeting people over text. One message tells a user they'll receive a concealed carry permit, and.

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"census bureau" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:33 min | 11 months ago

"census bureau" Discussed on KCRW

"A dot gov. Tell a friend stay informed and stay tuned to K C. R W Yeah, Things aren't all that great in this economy right now item. According to the Census Bureau, one in three adults in this country, millions and millions of people say it's somewhat or very likely they could face eviction or foreclosure over the next couple of months. Yes, the Center for Disease Control did order a temporary stop to residential evictions through the end of the year, but Not all landlords are complying. So from our podcast, this is uncomfortable marketplaces. Reema Grace has this story of a woman trying to stay right where she is. Last month. On a Tuesday morning, Marilyn Hoffman heard a loud knock at her door. So that scares you and you in the house by yourself, so I peeked out. It was a sheriff with papers and hand He was like you have been served and I looked at him like, huh? Maryland rents a home in Sanford, North Carolina, and for months she hasn't been able to make rent. Now her landlord is trying to a victor. I was stressed out, stressed out since this stuff started and at the end I'ma lose everything. Because of the pandemic. In March, she lost her job as a health aid. She applied for a pandemic unemployment assistance, but she didn't get it. And she isn't sure why. Did you get any assistance from the government? Nothing. I got the stimulus check. That's it. Nothing else. Nothing else. Nothing else. But technically, Maryland should be safe from getting evicted. That's because last month, the CDC came out with an order, saying certain renters could not be evicted before the end of the year. The idea is to help prevent people from becoming homeless and spreading the virus. Maryland qualified under that order and figured the judge would be on her side. I'm feeling a little ease. And it gave me hope. On the day for court appearance. She remembers sitting in the back of the courtroom, waiting for her turn to see the judge every person that was in aid of seven families that went to quote that Thursday was evicted. What was the judge saying He was like you got this? You got this money. You got this money You got go a judgment. You got this money, You will get this judgment. Maryland could feel her stomach turn. But unlike everyone else, she'd printed documents from the CDC website about the order. None of them had. So you were like, Oh, I got I got something on my side, right. But just like everyone before her, the judge said that Maryland would be evicted. And she need to pay more than $3000 in back rent. As for the CDC order to stop evictions, he looked at me and he said, This does not pertain to you. But that judge he misinterpreted the order. She did meet the criteria. She earns less than $99,000. She's made her best efforts to get financial help, and she's at risk of being homeless. According to the order. That means she should be safe. I should be. I should be. But nobody Nobody's follow, a CDC said. It's been messy. The CDC order is getting interpreted differently. Your luck kind of depends on who your landlord is. Or which judge you end up in front of And a lot of ranchers don't even know the temporary ban on evictions exists. On top of that. There have been a slew of lawsuits from landlord's trying to get the CDC order overturned. I feel like a roller coaster. And my livelihood is in Jeffrey behind. My health. My health is estate. I can't eat. I can't sleep. Is is alive. Maryland filed for an appeal and she has a new court day in November. So in the meantime, she can stay in her home. She also just landed a new job working at a homeless shelter. So she is unsure if she'll be able to afford all the background. And even if she does, she kept saying to me what happens to other people that was evicted the same data I was in court and not one person got help. Because the CDC order it doesn't come with any money for renters or for landlords. So each month that goes by many renters air falling mohr into debt. According to a report by the National Council of State Housing Agencies. By the end of the year, renters across the country will owe as much as $34 billion in back rent. I am Remus place for marketplace. If you want to hear more of Maryland story, including how she was able to file an appeal subscribed to this is.

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"census bureau" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"census bureau" Discussed on AP News

"The Census Bureau says it reached more than 99.9% of the nation's households before a Supreme Court ruling last week abruptly ended the counting. But in a nation of 330 million people that remaining 3300.1% represents thousands of uncounted residents. And that can make a big difference in the resource is communities received and the power they wield. However, in areas that were not counted. Census officials say they will use a statistical technique called imputation, which uses the characteristics and size of neighboring households to fill in the gaps of homes with missing data. I'm Mike Hampton, the two men are taking their different styles and messages on the road with 11 days left. President's billing himself as the same disruptive outsider who won four years ago. It's all talk, no action with these politicians, Biden says. Characters on the ballot to you know who I am You know who he is. Biden's campaigning close to home today with an event in Delaware, the president's holding two rallies in his adopted state of Florida, a virtual must win for his reelection chances. He plans to vote there tomorrow. SOCCER Megane Washington The final sprint to Election Day is on now that President Trump and Joe Biden have wrapped up their final debate. The two men are taking their different styles and messages on the road with 11 days left the president's billing himself as the same disruptive outsider who won four years ago. It's all talk, no action with these politicians, Biden says. Characters on the ballot to you know who I am You know who he is. Biden's campaigning close to home today with an event in Delaware. President's holding two rallies in his adopted state of Florida, a virtual must win for his reelection chances. He plans to vote there tomorrow. Soccer Megane Washington. Good morning, I'm a Donahue with an AP News Minute The debates are over the campaigning resumes for Joe Biden and President Trump today. Final debate last night in Nashville, Tennessee, was viewed all over the world. Brian Levin was watching in Jerusalem. I thought Trump.

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"census bureau" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

Clark Howard Show

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"census bureau" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

"I have been. . So distressed about <hes> Census Bureau report came out from the Commerce Department weeks ago that I just keep. . Running over in my mind. . And it's a report based on what's happened to People's finances? ? Pre Corona virus, , and it looked at a ten year period. . <hes> basically the decade of the tens. . And found that. . Roughly and GonNa be rough numbers here. . Eighty percent of Americans. . Have less purchasing power. . Now and this pre when people's incomes got. . Slice back. . Grown virus. . Less income now effectively been a decade before. . Now this is. . On multiple levels. . Because oh nine. . WAS WHEN The great recession technically ended and people's incomes rose fairly nicely from then. . Through the rest of the housing bust and forward. . And for people eighty percent of people. . To essentially have their dollar, , not carry them as far. . As what it did a decade before. . Is a serious serious. . Economic and political issue for the United States you know when people were polled in dead matter where they are in the political spectrum there polled. . On whether they feel the country's going in the right direction or the wrong direction, , it doesn't matter if they're left right or centre they say we're going the wrong way. . And it's because people are frustrated. . That life is financially as more of a struggle for them had been. . We got to fix this. . And we're going to find that with people being polarized politically. . That the things people are turning towards. . Or, going. , . To, , be <hes>. . Tax candid policies and stuff like that and. . The reality is. . We've got somewhere twenty, , twenty, , five percent of Americans somewhere in that number depending on how their surveyed. . That are running away from the rest. . Of the American people. . Income Wise. . We have a big big problem with wealth being very heavily concentrated. . Among the very, , very, , very elite of us. . And then you move down several rungs of that. . To the top twenty or twenty, , five percent, , and that's where all the growth and income. . Net growth and income has been flowing. . The problem is. . The economy has become. . Overwhelmingly, , what's known as a knowledge knowledge-based economy? ? That the skills you have the training you have. . Determine the. . Kind of money you'RE GONNA make. . In. . America, , it's very rare anymore that just through. . Hard work and effort. . Somebody can do just fine. . That used to work for so much of our history but. . The world economy has changed. . And how people make money has changed. . In so When I look at this from a truly economics only perspective. . I believe that we need to really really focus in this country. . On how to make sure the eighty percent of people that are falling behind economically. . have an opportunity to achieve. . And some of wet I'll tell you right now is stuff the if you've if you've listened to me for a long time, , you already know what a strong believer I am in this that. . Training and education now have to be. . A ongoing lifelong pursuit. . Because the mix of the workforce and the jobs in the workplace. . Are Changing. . It's such a significant rate where the jobs. . A majority of jobs turn in less than twenty years. . HOW PEOPLE IN MONEY? ? And we have an under utilized resource in the United States. . And Its are state supported community college system. . The states that seem to be doing the best. . At connecting workers to high paying jobs. . Are being very thoughtful about using. . The educational resources of estate. . To get people the skills they need. . Historically community colleges have been looked at. . As. . A two year feet or to four year colleges, , and so the first two years people are taking the pre recs the same as they would at a four year state university or often private university. . I think we need to flip that model. . And the community college system needs to be about teaching people. . A WORKPLACE SKILL In those first two years. . And only after that, , what's now looked at pre recs? ? Becomes the source of education that people need clear marketable skills and training. . Because education is the latter. . That addresses ongoing training that addresses The problems in the labor market. . And I know there's been all this talk about wiping out people, , student loans and making four year college free and all that and that creates enormous class divisions in the United States. . But. Something . I believe we can get behind as a country. . Is Making two years. . Of Technical College. . Or Community College free. . After high school. . And that all be market I skill. . design. .

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"census bureau" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"census bureau" Discussed on KTRH

"Census Bureau, sending field workers. To Texas to count the people who have not responded. To the senses. What do you suppose the response where you spend so far? Anybody have a guess on that. Do you think? 70% 75% somewhere around there. Actually. The national Total Response rate, 89.4%. Slightly lower in Texas 87.5% that strikes me as being pretty high. That's a pretty good response way. But here's something to think about even with an 89.4% response rate. The sense of your estimates they will need to visit about 56 million Addresses. In order to collect the responses in person. That's the thing about the census. Very if you don't respond. They will come knocking at your door. But again that strikes me as fairly high That is high 7 10 time for traffic and weather together. Let's get you caught up on that drive Once again, your sky miles there he is the same on camera. It's a 45 year North Freeway. Jimmy, This is at Shepherd. It's an 18 Wheeler stall. Officially, they're calling this the center lane, but you could clearly see the sheriff's department. That's 22 Left lanes blocked now on the south bound, and that explains your 14 minutes. Backup from Greens point Coming in on the north Freeway to 90 serious stuff here. This is a wreck with 123. Left lanes blocked the backup from Jones Road at 12 minutes to your inbound on the northwest Freeway. I'm sky Mike of the Gulf Coast windows dot com. 24 Hour Traffic Center from R K T R H Top tax Defenders 24 Hour Weather Center. Time to check in with meteorologist Terry Smith. Couple systems out there. At least one looks. Like it has a fairly good chance Terry working its way into the gulf and impacting our weather next week. Yes,.

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"census bureau" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"census bureau" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Judge telling the Census Bureau to keep on counting. Let the count and continue. That, in a nutshell, is what a federal judge has told the U. S. Census Bureau to do. A temporary restraining order was issued Saturday. That'll keep the bureau from winding down operations until a court hearing on September 17th. Several cities, counties and civil rights groups had sued the Census Bureau and demanded they hold the original deadline for counting heads, which is the end of October. Instead, the bureau had decided Up counting by the end of this month. In the end, it's all about money. The plaintiff's fear that minority communities would be under counted and this possibly lose out on $1.5 trillion in federal funding That's at stake. Karen McCue Fox News. No Injuries reported after an Atlas Air flight carrying more than 200 people had to return to Honolulu after experiencing engine problems on Saturday night. The FAA, saying the pilot of an Atlas Boeing 7 67, declared an emergency and returned landing without incident following a mechanical issue with one engine. Ah, Baseball Hall of Famer passed away on Sunday, the man known as the Rocket, Lou Brock terrorized major league catchers on the base paths for 19 season. By the time his career was done, he amassed the most stolen bases in major league history. With 938, a record later broken by only Ricky Henderson. Brock was more than just his speed collecting over 3000 hits in his career, one of just 32. Players in league history to do so. As six time All Star in two time World Series winner Brock was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1985 after his career he suffered through several medical conditions, including the amputation of his left leg below the knee related to diabetes. Lou Brock passed away Sunday. He was 81 years old Ryan Mayor Fox News, Christopher Nolan's tenant, grossing an estimated $20.2 million through the holiday weekend in the U. S and Canadian theaters. Only about 70% of US movie theatres are currently open due to the Corona virus.

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"census bureau" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"census bureau" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Emblen may reach 115 degrees. It's 6 21. This is weekend edition from NPR News and Lulu Garcia Navarro. We have news of an unusual court ruling that is complicating the 2020 U. S census. The Trump administration has been winding down the legally mandated national headcount in some parts of the country. But a federal judge in California has issued an emergency ruling. Ordering the Census Bureau to press on, at least for now. NPR's handsy Lowen covers all things census related for us, and he joins us now. Hi. Good morning, Lulu. What does the court order say about what the Census Bureau has to do? This is a temporary restraining order by U. S District Judge Lucy Coe in Northern California. And it basically forces the Census Bureau to hit pause nationwide on any winding down of door knocking other on the ground work. Tio get account of every person living in the U. S. Until there's a court hearing on September 17th. This is a hearing for a lawsuit led by the National Urban League, which is trying to push for more time for the census and No, it's hard to overstate how influential these numbers are for the next 10 years. Its account that's required by the Constitution determines each state share of congressional seats. Electoral college votes trillions in federal funding for Medicare, Medicaid, other public services. And there's been pressure to cut counting short by a month because the Trump administration wants it done sooner rather than later. What is this mean for the census workers who have been going out door to door across the country? A spokesperson for the bureau tells me they're still figuring that out households Khun still found online format. My 2020. Cents is dot gov. But this court order is likely to add to the mess that is the 2020 cents is right now the main issue here. Is that there's been a mysterious last minute move by the truck administration that originally because of the pandemic, publicly, said back in April that the bureau should get Mohr time to count even asked Congress to push back legal deadlines for results into next year. But then I broke a story in late July that it apparently changed its mind and directed the bureau to finish counting soon so that President Trump even if he doesn't win reelection, can receive the first set of results of this year. That's What's required by current photo law. But top bureau officials have said publicly since May that they can no longer deliver a complete and accurate count by the end of December. I mean, that is extremely problematic. You've mentioned how important this is what could go wrong if the Census Bureau does not have enough time for this count? There's a leaked document from inside the bureau that warns of serious errors in accounts because the bureau might find mistakes in the data after they stop counting, and they won't have time to fix them and know the part. The issue here is about foreign 10 households right now have not fill out a census form on their own. And federal law says, since information can't be used against them, but the government by that, but equipment or in court, But the beer's door knockers need time to convince scented trust the government. And the bottom line here is that there's an existing problem with the senses that could be made worse that decade after decade, the sentences under count of black, Latino, Asian Pacific Islander and American Indian populations, while overcounting white people Four and 10. That's extraordinary. So where does the senses go from here To see what happens on this court hearing on September 17th. There's also another lawsuit in Maryland trying to extend the sense of schedule. Also, Washington See White might have boy might have been in Congress, part the corner virus relief negotiations. Congress could play a key role here if they change the legal deadlines for reporting census results. That was NPR's Hansel Owen, who's covering the 2020. Cents is for us. Thank you very much. Welcome, Lulu. That's.

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"census bureau" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"census bureau" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"By U. S Census Bureau. So here's another example of American ingenuity. I recently learned of a Dayton, Ohio based women owned startup called Tempeh, Jen IX. Now this is a company that distributes disposable ico friendly forehead thermometers called temp and toss and that's what I want to talk to you about. Friends and colleagues, Shelly and April got together and co founded Tempeh Genic sits temping toss well. The original purpose was to allow Mom's just to monitor their Children's temperatures. But now in the wake of covert 19 this pandemic temping toss. Taken another important role helping Americans get back to work safely. Employers can use the thermometers to check employees temperatures and monitor them for up to 48 hours. Temp in toss, is proud to hire adults with I'm quite Lewis, this is ground zero. Remember to call the night 87773310118777331011 and a lot of things about tonight. Really? A lot to think about. Um, I ask you this. I want to I want to float something out there. And I don't want people to think that I am saying that this is what is happening. But I know people do that. You know you talk about And they say, Well, you told us that this is happening or that is happening. No, I'm speculating. I want to make it clear. I want to make it clear that I'm speculating because What's strange is going on. On this planet that we're being distracted..

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"census bureau" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"census bureau" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"It's 8 22, and we're joined right now by Maryland, Stephen's assistant regional census manager. And the Census Bureau, of course, being 2020 their annual or their decade. Ah count which is taking place, which, of course, determines your Congress, people and things of that nature and Maryland. I guess it's going to be a little tougher this year because of the covert 19. Well, we do have some serious competition, that's for sure. I guess I'll have to put it. Yes, but we're we're trudging along as I look at the response rates in Tampa 60 once sent. This is good, but we must account for 100% of the households. Oh, we're in the field right now knocking on doors for households that have yet to respond to us. You said Tampa's at 61%. That's compared to the national response of 64% going, you know, bring up the pandemic here, going door to door which you will be doing now starting, really this month. What is the concern there for you about? You know, having to knock on doors and people responding to you. Well, we had to retool our training margins to insert safety and security at a different level. All of our staff have been issued masks and they are men. They are mandated to wear them. They must practice social distancing when they go to the door by standing six weeks back. Also, they will have a photo ID. There are very distinctive since his bag that is black with a white patch on United States Census Bureau in blue, and they will have a device. And the device will have the city of the Census Bureau and the Department of Commerce. Now you say Tampa has a current self response rate of 61%. What does that mean A self response Friday. Right now. Most people think that we take a census by coming to their home, sitting in the living room, sitting on the porch, sipping lemonade collecting the information that's sort of true through 1950 study in 1960 with self spot. If the question it every household, they said their information back to us. We have the 24th Century 2020. For the first time in history, we have three options to self response online by phone and by mail. Joseph March Self Our online platform has been open our calls and open with 20 senators waiting to take information by phone, and every household has received the paper question there. So we started on August 11th knocking on now responding doors now, if not for your door, and no one answers were going to leave a notice of visit card. And that part was that we were here to collect information for the 2027 that's required by law. However, within the next two days, if you go to my 2026 is that A complete your review online or call toll free number at 8443302020 a completed with the representative. We will not come back to your door and it says here you will come back to the door. Census takers will visit a home up to six times to get that response. What what happens after the sixth time? We will also go to a neighbor. And ask a neighbor. Do you know who lives next door to secure the information and some people say Oh, my neighbors don't know me. Trust me. My mother knew every everybody and she was more accurate than the people that live in the household. We could also go to the building manager. The homeowners Association. And if he's intact, too, we can use administrative records. Well, the the census coming up How long will that be going on? We plan to complete the field operations by the end of September, but what we appeal to people's understanding of the importance of the senses. Everything that we hold nearing here on a daily basis. The funding. Um Is dependent on formulas where the population statistics on with very heavily are.

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"census bureau" Discussed on Rob Talk Podcast

Rob Talk Podcast

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"census bureau" Discussed on Rob Talk Podcast

"There was a massive explosion in the capital of Beirut. Which killed at least seventy people and injured more than four thousand per BBC. News. There are many videos circulating around twitter showing a massive fire and then a mushroom cloud after a massive explosion at the city's point, this is still a developing story, but officials are blaming explosive materials stored in a warehouse for multiple years. An investigation is underway and Lebanon Supreme Defense. Council has stated that any responsible for this will face the maximum punishment available. Many. Buildings were destroyed and the hospitals are said to be overwhelmed. The President of Lebanon said the government will release around sixty six million dollars of emergency funds. My heart goes out to all those lost and affected by this tragedy. I hope some sort of justice can be reached to assuage the pain of those involved. The Census Bureau announced yesterday that it is going to stop census counting efforts on September thirtieth a full month earlier from what was planned. Now for those that don't know the census is conducted every ten years in America and it's mandated in the Constitution the census is what gives each state it's apportionment of House of representative seats but also additional funding it's the reason California has fifty three House seats while Wyoming only has one. Most people know California is the biggest state, but it's because of the census that we know that. So the Census Bureau's efforts to stop counting a month early or very concerning. Estimates show that about forty percent of all households across America have yet to be counted. The census begins by asking people to respond via mail phone or online through self response. Then for the non responsive households since its workers go door to door to collect information. The. Suffered has been greatly hurt by the pandemic already and now the Census Bureau is cutting its short. Kenneth Pruitt the director of the bureau from nineteen. Ninety eight to two thousand one told Congress last week. The chances of having a census accurate enough to use is unclear berry very much unclear. PRUITT along with three other former census directors told Congress that traditionally hard to contact households are going to be suffering the most as a result of not being counted. Rogue rocket says, as a result, the federal aid for those communities will be lowered and the political representation will be lessened. Also adding that people of Color emigrants low income households.

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"census bureau" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"census bureau" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"S. census bureau is working to reach its recruiting goal the once a decade ahead of launch for most of America this week the nation's abundance of jobs had complicated the effort and some rural areas are falling behind recruitment goals falling short could threaten the count in some parts of the country after recruiting efforts hit a plateau last December the census bureau increased its hourly wages which now range from fourteen to almost thirty dollars an hour depending on the city John Scott reporting Microsoft co founder Bill Gates said Friday he's stepping down from the company's board to focus on philanthropy gates was Microsoft CEO until two thousand and since that is gradually scale back is involved in the company he started with Paul Allen in nineteen seventy five he transitioned out of the day to day role in Microsoft in two thousand eight and served as chairman of the board until two thousand and fourteen breaking news and analysis at town hall dot com that is the weather's confirm first two cases of the corona virus that is deepening anxiety in a crisis stricken nation where many hospitals lack basics such as water and soap and struggle to treat even basic ailments the government deliver the news the Venezuelans feared was coming a fifty two year old man who had recently travelled from Spain and a forty one year old woman who had returned from a trip through the U. S. Italy and Spain were diagnosed with the virus schools across Venezuela and mediate Lee closed the day after president Nicolas Maduro suspended flights with Europe in Colombia in an attempt to ward off the illness Keith Peters reporting Roger rockets at the base housing U. S. of the coalition troops north of Baghdad Iraqi security official said Saturday just days after a similar attack killed three.

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"census bureau" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:40 min | 2 years ago

"census bureau" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Every household is supposed to fill out a form answering basic questions about who lives. There. The residents age sex race ethnicity, whether or not they rent or own how the related and now for the first time in seventy years. The Trump administration wants to ask every household. The following is this person a citizen of the United States today. The US supreme court hears arguments in a case testing weather that question is legal or even constitutional NPR Legal Affairs. Correspondent Nina totenberg reports the founding fathers actually, put the senses into the constitution. They wanted a total count of US residents, and they wanted to count the couldn't be filled with because the data would determine for a decade. How many seats each state gets in the US house of representatives. How many electoral? College votes each state gets in presidential elections. And today the census data also determines how essentially on a per capita basis. Some nine hundred billion dollars in federal money is allocated all over the country for roads, schools, hospitals, healthcare, and more. This is not benign information. People's lives are going to be affected by that's former deputy census director Herman Haberman because getting an accurate count of the population is so important. The census bureau has been considered the gold standard of professionalism and administrations democratic and Republican have long followed the bureau's expert advice about how to count the population. Not so the Trump administration instead last year commerce secretary Wilbur Ross overrule, the ananymous advice of statisticians and scientists at the census bureau and decided to add a citizenship question. We evaluated. Thousands of pages of analysis. Ross testified repeatedly before congress that he added the question only because the Justice department wanted it on the census form DOJ sought census citizenship data for use in Voting Rights Act enforcement. We've had the Voting Rights Act for fifty years and for its entire life. This data has not available in the Voting Rights Act has been enforced. Andrew Pincus represents former census directors who filed a brief in the supreme court six. Former census directors have warned that adding the citizenship question would jeopardize the accuracy of the population count, candy Pinkus, the government's own experts at the census bureau said this will produce an undercover agent and an undercount that won't be even across all segments of the population and all geographic areas census bureau research shows that the question would conservatively produce an undercount of six point five million people may. Mainly in urban areas where immigrant groups live while leaving rural mainly white areas. Unaffected the bureau's research has long shown that the citizenship question often leads people in immigrants households even those who are citizens simply not fill out the census form, Stephen Murdoch served as census director in the George W Bush administration. You're going to be punishing jurisdictions who happen to be an area that end up with larger numbers that says Herman Haberman served in the bureau in the early two thousands. The issue isn't whether or not the administration or the United States has a right to know, how many citizens there the issue is what's the best way to get that piece of information. So that you do not harm the census. That's why census bureau quality standards. The addition of any new question is supposed to be pre tested under an elaborate three year protocol. Secretary Ross however ignored that requirement. So last year, dozens of states counties and cities went to court to prevent this citizenship question from being added to the census after trial in New York. A federal judge found that secretary Ross is stated reasons for adding the question we're quote protect jewel in short a sham. The judge found that Ross violated variety of statutes and rules to reach his desired conclusion, the litigation uncovered emails from Ross showing that the idea for this citizenship. Question began not in the Justice department as he testified, but in discussions between Ross and top White House political aides, including Steve Bannon, the Email show that despite repeated entreaties Justice department officials refused to ask for the addition of the question saying it was unnecessary and that rose after a visit tomorrow Lago in late twenty seventeen finally got the. Request letter. He wanted the Trump administration argues there's nothing remarkable about adding the citizenship question that it is just restoring a type of question last asked in nineteen fifty the administration has the support of seventeen Republican controlled states among them, Oklahoma. And it's solicitor general Mytton Mensing, Honey. Question has been throughout US history. It has been asked to Americans over billion times. That's not very good historic. Margot Anderson is perhaps the leading census historian in the country. We've never asked to everyone in any kind of universal way. The question was dropped after nineteen fifty in part because since his bureau research showed it fostered an undercount secretary Ross res the data differently says, Oklahoma's Mensing, Connie, more importantly, he observes. The Trump administration argues that the courts don't have the thority to second guess the secretary's decision. The question is the secretary have the discretion to weigh the costs and benefits between asking a question. And not ask you one and department maintains that he does have that discretion. He doesn't have unlimited discretion New York. Attorney general Letitia James he has a constitute. Tional and a statutory obligation to pursue an accurate count. And the record is clear that by including the citizenship question. It would result in inaccurate count. And it will have major impact on federal funding to New York state. The Trump administration contends that all it has to show is that the secretary made a rational decision. The lower courts found that the decision in fact was not rational but a pretext and that it was arbitrary. Now..

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"census bureau" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"census bureau" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"To the census bureau is for migration and that is about evenly distributed between migration from other states in the US and migration here from other countries. The other third is the excess of verse over deaths which is larger at metro centennial Bennett is in most cities just simply because our population is younger, though, single fastest growing year for metro San Antonio is the twelve months between July first of two thousand fourteen and the twelve months and July first twenty fifteen where we added about fifty one thousand people, but that turns out to be about average that turns out to be about roughly what we're seeing every year about a growth of about fifty thousand people in this area every year, and they're. There is no indication that that growth is showing any signs of slacking off several Texas metros are in the top twenty when it comes to the fastest growing metro area. Austin as I mentioned is the third fastest in the country Midland powered by the growth in the Permian oilfields says the fourth fastest growing metro in the country. Houston is growing faster than San Antonio on a percentage basis metro Houston now up to six point eight million. Dallas Fort Worth is growing not as fast as San Antonio. But it's still among the twenty-five fastest growing metros in the country the metro population today, according to the census bureau, two million four hundred seventy three thousand nine hundred seventy four. So that's why you're having trouble getting to work on Luke four ten this morning. And that growth is going to continue will clearly by the time, the twenty twenty cents has come up. And the reason this is being mentioned today. This is twenty twenty cents a day the city this morning will unveil. It's plans for making. Sure, everything is counted. There is no doubt that when the population is counted in twenty twenty the population of this metro will be two point seven million or more about the same size of Seattle. All right, Jim. Thanks very much..

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"census bureau" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"census bureau" Discussed on Here & Now

"Is I think is important point you make that some career a census bureau workers say, this will discourage participation. Which is what the plaintiffs are saying in the New York lawsuits. There are more than two dozen states and cities that are being led by the New York state attorney general's office, and they say that the administration is making an excuse. This is a way to discourage immigrants from participating and that pressure came from the Trump White House to do this make more of that case. I've been looking through more than twelve thousand internal emails memos. Other documents been release as part of these lawsuits, and it's very clear that after commerce secretary will be Ross was confirmed by the Senate. He started pressuring his staff to figure out a way to get this question onto the senses. These documents and other court filings show that former White House advisor Steve Bannon spoke with commerce secretary Wilbur Ross about adding citizenship question, Chris Kobuk, the Kansas secretary of state who just lost Kansas the Kansas gubernatorial race. He also spoke with commerce secretary will be Rolleston. Specifically was concerned that undocumented immigrants are included in census numbers used to reapportion seats in congress. And this was all part of the conversation leading up to also we'll Ross's decision and the concern here again is that this question census bureau research even more recent preliminary results from a nation. White SETI where we're just put out about focus group participants who said that they feel that this question is designed to make people panic, and they fear that it's designed to help the government find undocumented immigrants, and it's important to point out though that federal law prohibits the census bureau from a leasing any information to identify individuals to law enforcement agency and to the public to the public for seventy seventy two years until after its collected. But many people that the census bureau has been checking in with to kind of prepare for their marketing campaign. They're hearing that they do not trust the government is going to keep that promise 'confidentiality. Well, this is reminding many of the travel ban the proposed travel ban when some suspected it was motivated by race or religion. But this court said it's not our job to guess at ulterior motives of the president. We can only go off what he says he intends. It sounds as if this census case gets appealed all the way to the supreme court as legal experts think it likely will something sim-. Miller may happen. So we will follow this with Hans along national correspondent for NPR who is said has been hunkered down there in New York. Where this case is starting Honda. Thank you. You're welcome, Robin. Let's take a break from the news now to talk about cranberries thanksgiving only a couple of weeks away. But cranberries are already filling the store shelves so here now resident chef Kathy guns has been experimenting with a couple of different ways of cooking.

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