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Fresh update on "census bureau" discussed on Seattle Kitchen

Seattle Kitchen

02:43 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "census bureau" discussed on Seattle Kitchen

"The U. S Census Bureau. I'm Tiffany. I have some tips for you on how to quit smoking like idea. First I did some reading about it. I found a lot of great advice on how to quit smoking and picked out the ways I thought would work best for me. I started by setting a quick date. Then I threw out my ashtrays, lighters and matches. I did other things, too, like exercising more, and it worked. But I'd still get cravings, especially on long car rides to help me with that. I put a picture of my mother in my car. She died of lung cancer from smoking cigarettes when I was only 16. Now I have a 16 year old door. That picture of my mother reminds me that I don't want to miss all the things my daughter is going to do in her life. Including turning 17 You can quit for free Help Call 1 800 Quit now. A message from the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services and CDC, now from the Cairo Radio News Center streaming on the Cairo radio at State Patrol has just shut down part of I five in Seattle due to protests. The road is currently closed between I 90 and state Route 5 20 Yesterday Patrol announced that any pedestrians who walk onto the freeway will be arrested. The freeway is not a place for pedestrian. That's not safe or any pedestrian to be on the freeway. No matter the reason why they're they're two people were hit early Saturday morning when a car drove around barriers and plowed into a crowd of protesters. Super Chase Van Cleve, says 24 year old summer Taylor died in the hospital last night. There's no other word to describe that. I mean, it was extremely tragic. Any loss of life is tragic. 32 year old Diaz Love is also in serious condition now. A Confederate monument at a Seattle Lakeview cemetery was toppled. The mayor of Houston, Sylvester Turner, was on. CBS has faced the nation and he says most of the people in his city support the removal of statues with Confederate history. We're not trying to Uh, Ray's history. But we are trying to take the power of placing these statues in public spaces away and to place them where they can be told where the history can be told and placed in his context. A growing number of statues have been taken down in Baltimore, protesters pushed over a statue of Christopher Columbus and threw it into the city's inner harbor yesterday. In a troubling sign of what could be in store if colleges reopen this fall. One Washington school is seeing a spike in Corona virus cases here, CBS News correspondent Matt Piper More than 100 students living in fraternity houses near the University of Washington campus have tested positive for Koven, 19. What's more, Hundreds of other results are pending. The students who all live in 15 front houses, started getting symptoms last weekend and alerted the school. More than 800 students have been tested since Monday in response to the Greek system outbreak, and the university expects to have an updated case count early next week. Mac Piper CBS News on now,.

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Census shows white decline, nonwhite majority among youngest

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Census shows white decline, nonwhite majority among youngest

"Non whites and Hispanics made up a majority of the U. S. population under age sixteen for the first time in history last year that's according to new figures released by the census bureau which says that demographic shift will grow in coming decades the bureau estimates the number of non Hispanic whites in the U. S. drop this past decade as deaths surpassed births the drop is estimated at more than a half a billion people just in the last three years if these numbers hold for the twenty twenty census which currently is being conducted experts say this would be the first time since the seventeen ninety census that there is been a national decline in the number of whites in the U. S. I'm Mike help in

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Census shows white decline, nonwhite majority among youngest

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Census shows white decline, nonwhite majority among youngest

"Non whites and Hispanics made up a majority of the U. S. population under age sixteen for the first time in history last year that's according to new figures released by the census bureau which says that demographic shift will grow in coming decades the bureau estimates the number of non Hispanic whites in the U. S. drop this past decade as deaths surpassed births the drop is estimated at more than a half a billion people just in the last three years if these numbers hold for the twenty twenty census which currently is being conducted experts say this would be the first time since the seventeen ninety census that there is been a national decline in the number of whites in the U. S. I'm Mike help in

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House Democrats file bill nixing citizenship data-gathering

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | Last week

House Democrats file bill nixing citizenship data-gathering

"House Democrats are introducing a bill that would stop the trump administration from gathering citizenship data through administrative records the bill introduced today would nullify an order president trump issued last July directing the U. S. census bureau together citizenship information about from the administrative records of other federal and state agencies trump issued the order after the U. S. Supreme Court barred a citizenship question from being added to the twenty twenty census

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Depression and anxiety rates spiking among black Americans in covid crisis

Morning Edition

01:13 min | 2 weeks ago

Depression and anxiety rates spiking among black Americans in covid crisis

"More Americans are reporting symptoms of anxiety and depression in response to the corona virus pandemic almost half of people between the ages of eighteen to twenty nine are experiencing the highest rate of symptoms according to a study from the CDC and his case here W. cerise castle reports black youth could experience a permanent toll on their mental health an ongoing weekly CDC and census bureau study found that black adults have been ten to twenty percent more likely than white adults to report symptoms of psychological distress like others young black Americans are navigating a disrupted academic year and a collapsed job market but covert nineteen have the community especially hard and it's been compounded by a steady stream of videos of police violence against people who look like them about forty percent of black adults reported symptoms of anxiety or depression and the week after George Floyd was killed by Minneapolis police black Americans are also half as likely to get treatment or medication for their mental health according to federal statistics they're more likely to be uninsured and are often overlooked in research studies on mental health and only a small fraction of therapists are black leaving many who are struggling reluctant to seek

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2020 Census: Seattle named second best-responding large city in the U.S.

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:29 sec | 3 weeks ago

2020 Census: Seattle named second best-responding large city in the U.S.

"More households in king county have now responded to the twenty twenty senses then the final number ten years ago more than seventy percent of homes in the county have responded to this point the U. S. census bureau says the manages the best responding city in the county while Washington is the sixth best responding state in the United States Seattle is the second best responding large city in the country edged out only by Louisville

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Signs of depression or anxiety seen in one-third of adults, census figures show

Doug Stephan's Good Day

00:37 sec | Last month

Signs of depression or anxiety seen in one-third of adults, census figures show

"A study completed by the U. S. census bureau found that one third of all Americans are struggling with anxiety depression and made the corona virus pandemic with at least a hundred thousand deaths reported America due to the corona virus and months long stay at home orders isolating billions globally mental health has become a serious issue forty seven point four percent of adults age eighteen to twenty nine show signs of anxiety depression we're only nineteen point eight percent of adults in their seventies exhibit signs so the millennial generation seems to be mentally affected the most by this

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Mental health care in a time of social isolation probably involves an app

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

03:22 min | Last month

Mental health care in a time of social isolation probably involves an app

"Mental health in a time of social isolation probably involves an APP from American public media. This is marketplace tech. I'm Ali would cova. Nineteen has opened up a conversation about remote therapy but online mental health care goes way beyond talking to a therapist over video conference APP analytics companies. They downloads of mental health and wellness. Apps are up almost thirty percent since the pandemic began. These include therapy services. Yes but also meditation APPs like calm or head space so first of all do they work and second. What are the privacy regulation concerns American public media's mental health reporter Lisa? Roth took this might make Freud turnover in his grave. There's an APP where you therapy with a robot. They're also APPs to monitor the side effects of medications APPs to help with PTSD and the list goes on and on. Now that doesn't mean technology is going to put your therapist out of Business John. Taurus is a psychiatrist who runs the Division of Digital Psychiatry at Real deaconess hospital in Boston. Algorithms not gonNA decide your care but he does use technology to help. Patients keep track of things that affect their mental health. Danielson is a freelance writer in Missoula Montana who has clinical depression an APP. He's using now. Tim Rate His mood with one being the worst and ten being the best. That kind of gives me a moment to realize that. This motion isn't me. I some counts there as many as ten thousand mental health APPS. So maybe it's no surprise that the prices are all over the map from free downloads to four hundred dollars for a lifetime membership at a popular meditation APP. Adam Powell is a healthcare consultant. Who says this means? It's hard to know how much the mental health APP business is. Actually worth some of the variation has to do with how that markets defined does it include wellness APPs or just strictly mental health APPs. Can they bill to insurance or not and so on? Stephanie's was is a therapist in North Carolina who got a grant a design and out for people with eating disorders but eventually gave up because a startup was doing it faster. That got her wondering how these should be regulated. Do we think of APPS as being like FDA approved drugs and we need to make sure that they're effective before the watch them to the market and because a lot of these APPs are being developed by companies. John Taurus. The psychiatrist says he's worried about what those companies do with people's data. What have you also gave access to your. Gps So knows where you sleep at night and you gave this access to your call and text records so it knows who your friends and contacts in. Romantic relationships are drug. Companies Marketing companies and insurance companies. Might all be interested in the data. You're sharing as of your mental health. Care though maybe not in your well being. That's American public media's mental health reporter Lisa Roth the. Us Census Bureau released data this week showing that roughly a third of Americans are showing signs of clinical depression or

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Page Gardner, Founder & President of the Voter Participation Center

The Electorette Podcast

05:12 min | Last month

Page Gardner, Founder & President of the Voter Participation Center

"I'm Jim Taylor skinner. And this is the electorate on this episode. I have a conversation with page Gardner. The founder and president of the voter participation center the Voter Participation Center has helped over four point. Six million voters register and get to the polls and page card was a pioneer and identifying key voting bloc. She was one of the first to recognize unmarried. Women as a key political population one with significant and impactful political power. He's Gardner and I discussed what's called the marriage gap. That's the gap between unmarried women and married women in relation to their registration habits and voting behaviors. We also discussed this in the context of the corona virus outbreak. Given that unmarried women generally have less financial stability when compared to married women so without further. Ado here's my conversation with page partner Gardiner. Welcome to the PODCAST. Thank you very much great to be here so I was looking at your numbers. And since two thousand and three voter participation center you've helped around four and a half million voters registered to vote and get to the polls which is a massive amount of people millions and millions of people. And that's that's really incredibly impressive. But I'm just curious you know two thousand three. It feels like a lifetime ago and it wasn't but it feels like a lifetime ago and I don't think that voter suppression or voter issues for mainstream. Then what encouraged you to get into those costs to become interested in you know registering voters? So it's interesting that you bring that up. We have helped over point. Six million people applied to be registered to vote and hundreds of millions of people. Turn out but just sort of tripping down memory lane in two thousand I looked at the election of Gore versus Bush and noticed the difference between married and unmarried women in terms of how they voted and their share of the electorate and unmarried women. Married women voted very very differently with unmarried women voting for Gore in married women voting for Bush and I wondered about that and the share of the electorate of unmarried women was really really small in terms of their strength in numbers in terms of the voting eligible population. So that leads to lots and lots of research and the key question was was this sort of a just an observation or was there causality in marital status in other words does marital status determine whether or not you register and whether or not you vote. And after years of research and looking at things like articles from Census Bureau scholars to doing our own research it turns out that marital status along with age and race are key determinants of whether or not you register and whether or not you vote so then. The question became if unmarried. Women are unregistered and higher numbers than they should be. How do you reach them? So then what we did at the voter. Participation Center was pioneer mail based voter registration targeting particular demographic all across the country and that was really a revolutionary. We created for the first time the first list of unregistered people in this country. Because as you know no state keeps a list of its unregistered citizens so we had to create a list of unregistered unmarried women. Nail THEM VOTER REGISTRATION APPLICATION. And then make sure that voter registration application got sent to the appropriate elections official. We did that after a number of years. And then it turned out that this process was successful with other underrepresented demographics persons of Color and young people. So that is how our program's evolved to include what we call the rising American electric which is unmarried women persons of Color and young people who are now sixty four percent of the entire voting eligible population in the country today. More than a hundred and fifty million people yet. They're underrepresented in terms of their registration rates. And they do not vote and they are not as large as share in. The electorate would suggest that they could be while. That's incredible actually had no idea that before voter participation that there was no way or no one was tracking unregistered voters. And now I'm curious. How did you do that? How did you track now? Who was not registered? Well after many many years and what we have done is refined a system where we match a voter file from state to a list of commercial data and then we delete the names of people or addresses that do not appear on the voter file and then we go through about twenty five other steps to insure the quality of the data. And after having done that we then mail out a voter registration application form that then. The person fills out and sends back to the appropriate election. Official

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Another 2.4 million Americans file for jobless aid

Midday News

00:38 sec | Last month

Another 2.4 million Americans file for jobless aid

"B. S. an additional two point four million applied for unemployment benefits last week CBS news business analyst Jill Schlesinger says the numbers were right in line with what the economists were expecting this time that brings us to almost amazingly forty million about thirty nine million Americans also of note in this report we see that people who are receiving their benefits already that number is at twenty five million right now and that really drives with some new information from the census bureau just released yesterday where we saw that about forty seven percent of Americans say that they have lost some household income a startling

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Survey shows effect of virus on food scarcity, rent payments

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

Survey shows effect of virus on food scarcity, rent payments

"Many Americans are reporting difficulty finding food and paying their bills during the corona virus outbreak more than ten percent of U. S. households said some of the time or often they could not get enough of the food they wanted or needed that figure went up to twenty percent for residents in Mississippi the household poll survey from the census bureau and other government agencies finds about half of the respondents report losing income because of virus restrictions twenty five percent say they'll have trouble paying their mortgage or rent about four in ten say they've delayed seeking medical care and for distance learning parents say they're spending about thirteen hours a week on average teaching their kids I'm Jackie Quinn

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Interview with Igor Perisic

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

06:19 min | Last month

Interview with Igor Perisic

"Hello and welcome to the today podcast. I'm your host Kathleen Mulch and I'm your host Ronald Schmeltzer. Our guest today. It's ego or parasitic. Who is the chief data officer and VP of Engineering at Lincoln? High your thank you so much for joining us today. Yeah thank you eager for joining us. We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners and tell them a little bit about your background and your current role at Lincoln certainly I guess from an education perspective. I grew up in Switzerland. And I have an Undergrad degree in applied math from the which are then follow up with graduate studies in statistics in the US somebody A statistician and they not only my career just pivoted to the industry and since then was essentially involve which was originally called it say applied statistics than data mining machine learning and data signs. And now they I. I guess it's GonNa depending on what it was at that time to liberal. Just change the funny thank you though is at the beginning. When I studied into domain. It didn't have the labels and people didn't understand what it was interested in doing or what I was doing so they would always people back to statistics until you're doing stuff like the Census Bureau or FDA drug pools etc etc. Any took awhile to sorta registered in the sense from the beginning in my career. I was always interested in to leveraging data provide to enhance individuals ability to do the job and to achieve more today Lincoln. I'm the chief data officer and the VP of engineering part of the engineering orgnization. From the beginning. Because I'd like to build things and the my responsibility than on the engineering side. It's everything that covers the data spectrum from online to offline distributed systems that at all as to store data about storage systems with semantics so the data flow from one service to another one thinks like Cobb we invented on open source. I think to other big systems at At scale think ado spark etc etc and then on top of infrastructure and these might teams are responsible for all the ai that enables us to percents experience so mentors and on the chief data officer side responsible to make sure that we use data in responsible fashioned according to the terms of the service to regulations set kind of city between product legal and engineering to make sure that we on the same page and inflammation communication pros across so the everybody's consulted than making sure. That knows what's happening your excellent well. You know the interesting. You mentioned data sciences sort of both the profession and sort of as a role has really emerged quite a bit most very recently near. Right. It's interesting people. You know when you look at so trying to understand a little data science when one. You like really isn't very much You'd think there'd be a well established definition menu. Some people look at it from the statistics probability perspective primarily or data analytics perspective. Some people look at it from the data management perspective and say mostly data and a little bit of science and some people. So it's kind of interesting all that but the chief data officer role also is fairly new thing. But you know of course. We've been dependent on data for decades. You know ever since we've had data that also changes through time to as data. A science at the beginning was doing a lot of things which today you we already saw the state. For example. A data engineer was co composed science at the beginning. Like around two thousand seven eight just because all these data systems did not exist so you have to build them. And there's the need they'd be innovation to dry them and who felt that need while the data scientists so they did engineering was part of it. Same thing she did officer Demand on making sure that the way that individual manipulate or use data within their organization is much more controlled than what he was before kind of elevated that will people flocking to download from different perspectives. Yeah people that come from the legal side and then got these towards engineering. People would come from. They did assign side More to woods through legalese as well as engineering saddened some people will come from the engineering side. Any understand what the legal component than the science components. I've always changes through time. The label kind of stays but the definition of what you really doing. Changes Adopts Yeah. I think that's important and we actually do like the idea of data centrisly understanding date on the role of data at the C. level which means that has visibility at the highest most strategic level there orgainzation traditionally maybe people have thought of as a component of the officers role the technology officers role. So that's really good to hear your perspective on especially at Lincoln so a one of the things people may not be aware of. You know. Obviously one of the things. We're going to try to do it this. Data's trying to get more insights and and use data to train systems for machine learning to apply to a wide range of applications. And so you know. Lincoln in particular uses a in many ways that maybe perhaps users may not be aware of on a daily basis. So can you give us some sort of insights and outline of the many different ways that linked in is applying? Ai and how it's enhancing the user experience so we leverage ai at Lincoln always in the context of our vision of using us to create economic opportunity for every member of the global workforce and within that space we described as being the oxygen for Linton. It's embedded just about everywhere you think about creating economic opportunity at the scale that want to create it. We have roughly six hundred seventy five million members on the platform. There's roughly nowadays. I'm not too sure. How many jobs anymore but As well doing that match between that big of a set of individuals and that big of a set of jobs you need to have tools you need to have a to allow it to be personalized to be good on that level so you have a lot of things that we do is to making sure that hold that information is personalized to make individuals chronicled smarter and enable them to do their work better but that did not flooded with the noise it could be in the patron. That's on the visual. Side is also very big pot which is Behind the scene for example we do. Now he'd be testing platform the way that we see it out how to root out traffic to all this end to these access points turntable. Speedy delivery experienced members was simple things of simple uncomplicated. Things Anomaly detection services would something is different than what? We focused sweetie just about everywhere.

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Protecting Individual-Level Census Data with Differential Privacy

Linear Digressions

09:48 min | Last month

Protecting Individual-Level Census Data with Differential Privacy

"Hey Katie hi Ben. So I got a postcard in the mail From the Census Survey. Can you feel it? I filled it. Yeah I filled it out but it got me thinking how. How do I know what is happening with? Statea that's being collected like it's always great to collect good data But in this case I'm in that data set so Are there any protections that are being put in place for Census Data? Really interesting question. Glad you asked total coincidence because this was what I wanted to talk about any way about that. Yeah so we're going to talk about differential privacy today and will use the census as an example. But it's a topic that's generally interesting to see who works with data around people which tends to be Ohio data. If you look under the covers you are listening to the new year decorations. So we'll focus on the example of the census here today because this is one of the biggest and most expensive and most famous data sets on people that exists but the topic of differential. Privacy is something that's general to really any data that you have but the problem that they have in. The census is collecting this very granular detailed data on everyone in America extensively. Although I think I think we all know that that's probably not totally realistic. But as many people as possible but a lot of people are understandably a little bit nervous about how is my data going to be used and what what protections are there that my individual level like personal data won't be disclosed based on the downstream uses of this data set. And I guess they're kind of two things in that one is. How do we know that the government won't use this data to say Target people who are undocumented but then the other piece of it is if the data set is out there for researchers to use. How do I know that the researchers won't be able to kind of pull it apart and find to be in that data set and the second one is what we're talking about today? Yeah we're going to focus on the second news case and it's an important one and I think it you know the meaning of the word research in this context. It's actually pretty broad So it can refer to folks like academic researchers who are getting versions of this data set to rate sociology or political science papers but it also refers to the way that many parts of the government just run and operate so when things like congressional districts are being drawn there being drawn on the basis of census results when state and local governments are asking for resources from the federal government. They're doing so on the on the basis of the number of people who live in their jurisdiction In some cases if you have a certain make up in terms of socioeconomic status or race or something like that then I can sometimes be the basis of additional funds that you can request for like parameter these kinds of things so it's not just like oh we're kind of interested in this in an academic sense but it's actually a pretty important for the functioning of many of these pieces and so there's different levels of data disclosure that are allowed for different types of research. So obviously if you're making something externally available to an academic researcher who's going to publish on the basis of that data. There might be a different set of expectations versus internal usage for bookkeeping and accounting for the operations of the government. But in general The question that you might have especially for that case where your pieces of the data set with your individual information of them. If those are being made publicly available you as a person in that data set might be wondering what someone who is smart and motivated and has access to that data set could discover about you as an individual as differential. Privacy comes in and that seems that that might seem a little far fetched. But we've had a number of episodes where we've gone into details of how what seem like fairly anonymous data sets even intentionally anonymous data sets can be. You can kind of back out Individual details especially when you combine it with another source So although it may seem far fetched it actually is feasible in does happen is. There's like a fun story about this. That's called a a record linkage attack. And so that's the data set that you release is not does not itself have any personally identifying information but there's a way that you could link it with perhaps some other data set maybe it's a data set. That doesn't even exist yet. But that when you join them together you can identify individuals fun story about this that I read as doing some research There is a woman who is if. I'm not mistaken a professor at Harvard. Now she's very distinguished In the field of this sort of special topics in data science like ethics privacy inequality of of Algorithms when they're being applied to like minority groups. These kinds of things. Her name is Ladonna Sweeney when she was a graduate student at MIT. If I recall correctly so this was in Massachusetts. There was a data set that was released of medical records of a whole bunch of people who were I think state employees or there's some kind of public public database of medical records that The governor said look we have taken off everybody's names. We've taken off any publicly identifying information so if you are an individual who's in the state of set like don't worry nobody's going to be able to know that it's you don't worry about it So as a graduate student she figured out how to do a record linkage ration- so she figured out how to join this publicly de identified medical records database to another database that had P. I approached and was able identifiable information. Yes thank you and was able to do that. Information to find the governor in the medical records database. Oh that's funny. I know this so really a devastating to in a very direct way that you stick in This was in. I think some of the earlier days of differential privacy when people were just starting to think about. Yeah how having your data out In public view. Even if you thought it was deified could was not entirely secure. So yeah so. It's pretty cool so anyway. The place where we are now as a society or something academic community. Let's say is Folks thinking about this problem for for a while now because obviously it's a it's a problem it's really important to a lot of folks who have data being collected about them which is basically everyone and tech companies and the Census Bureau which we're going to focus on today have different ways of dealing with it and one of the methods is differential privacy. That's going to be the main focus here today so differential privacy is kind of interesting. The rough idea is that you add noise to the data site in such a way that If you do a particular calculation on that data set you'll get the same answer regardless of whether a given individual as in the data set or not so. Here's a simple example. Let's suppose that you have a data site and you want to run a query on it. This is what is the average salary of people in the state set and you have individual level salary information for all of them or network. Let's use net worth wasn't worth of all the people in this data set and there's one hundred people on the data side and let's suppose that there's two different versions of the data sat and I give them both to you and one of those versions has Bill Gates in the day and one of them doesn't so the average salary in one of the data sets is going to be. Let's say it has one hundred people in it. It's GonNa be something like a billion dollars yeah And then the other one without Bill Gates in it. We'll have an average net worth of. I Dunno whatever the network is for literally any other group of people who say hundred people who live in my building was like in the tens of thousands of dollars the hundreds of thousands of dollars perhaps depending on like the group that you have or anyway you get the idea. Yeah so the idea of differential privacy is that then. Let's add a certain amount of noise to that output. So that what you'll get instead is a range. Plus minus some uncertainty and that uncertainty can change when you when you query the data set multiple times and things like this. You never quite exactly if you're getting the precisely correct answer and you're probably usually not but it does mean that whether now maybe Bill Gates would be pretty hard to hide in a data set like best but in many cases a little bit of fuzzy and can obscure whether any particular person is in there or not

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U.S. Census Bureau Releases Small Business Pulse Survey

America in the Morning

00:35 sec | Last month

U.S. Census Bureau Releases Small Business Pulse Survey

"A census bureau survey of more than ninety thousand businesses employing fewer than five hundred workers each is found three quarters of the small businesses in the US on assistance through the payroll protection program fewer than forty percent received help by early may well the survey carried out between April twenty six the may second found the P. P. P. has been the most popular assistance program pursued by small businesses it showed the nearly eighty three percent of small business owners sought assistance either from a government body bank friend family member or their own personal resources to seventeen point three percent said they thought no help since the lockdown starting in

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Philadelphia census response rates are down thanks to COVID-19

KYW 24 Hour News

01:04 min | 2 months ago

Philadelphia census response rates are down thanks to COVID-19

"Census bureau says the Philadelphia so far has the second lowest response rate in the nation's ten largest cities they would have you city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb tells us that officials point to a combination of factors that have been made worse by cold at nineteen Philadelphia has always had a large number of areas defined as hard to count usually because of high poverty rates but Philly county executive director Stephanie reed says this year the lowest response rates are around the colleges which have shut down because of covert nineteen those two things together are like a perfect storm Reid has lots of other cities have those challenges but few face both Boston has a high number of students but not as many people living in poverty okay you'll get the trade they had a high number of people living in poverty but not as many students we're really getting couple where made here Regis Philly counts as partners and strategies that will help reach low income areas and is working with the census bureau to find a solution to getting an accurate count of students just as covert nineteen has made the challenges harder it's made the need for a full count more important it can make a difference in the funding and the resources that we received during

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Keep an eye on the labor force participation rate

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

03:11 min | 2 months ago

Keep an eye on the labor force participation rate

"It's entirely possible likely. Even the things are worse than the very bad numbers are already telling us from American public media. This is marketplace in Los Angeles. I'm Kai Ryssdal. It is Thursday today the last day of the craziest full month. This economy has seen. Maybe ever good to have you along everybody. There will be in the first few minutes of the program today. Some math and I apologize. I know that's not why you're here. But this morning's news that another three point eight million people filed for unemployment benefits in the past week more than thirty million since early March pledges. Us DO SOME CALCULATIONS. So here we go. The unemployment rate before the bottom fell out of this economy was three point. Five percent that went up to four point four percent in March next Friday morning. We get the April number and as marketplace's Mitchell Hartman reports. It is almost certainly going under shoot. How many people are really out of work? I asked several economists. How high they think unemployment is right now. The average around twenty percent but the official number for April won't capture a lot of people not working because of the pandemic take fifty two year old Brian Forester of Tulsa. I finally got through to the Oklahoma unemployment commission. I'm kind of on. Hold with them right now. Yeah he took my call while a state worker checked on his appeal for jobless benefits foresters out of work and has no income but he wouldn't be counted as unemployed by the Labor Department because he's not actively looking for work he had a job lined up with the Census Bureau. But it's been put on hold. They're really not a lot of jobs out there available right now. That's what I've been doing is basically cooling my hails. So what's a better measure of unemployment Bill Rodgers former chief economist at the Labor Department suggests the labor force participation rate its share of the civilian population. That is either working or they say that they're actually searching for a job. Roger says a sharp decline in labor force participation will show the true scale of employment loss. It's also capturing people who may have gotten discouraged has there aren't jobs in the world of Cova. They're concerned about if they work. They can get sick. The Congressional Budget Office predicts labor force participation will fall to just under sixty percent the lowest since the early one thousand nine hundred seventies. The hope is that as people return to work. Participation will start rising again but there are signs of unease among American workers bank rates Mark Hamrick sites a recent survey fifty seven percent or moderately to extremely concerned about their job security and those least likely to go back to work soon or have employers to go back to our in low-paid sectors like restaurants hotels nail and hair salons. I'm Mitchell Hartman for

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Census delay could put off new voting districts, primaries

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

Census delay could put off new voting districts, primaries

"The stay at home orders to combat the corona virus have caused a series of delays in completing this year's census that could have political implications the census bureau isn't expecting to wrap up the census until the end of October three months later than planned in Congress must approve the bureau's request to delay turning over information to the states until the end of July twenty twenty one four months later than scheduled this could result in delays in drawing new legislative districts that could help decide which political party is in power what laws pass and whether communities of color have a voice in their states I'm Mike Hampton

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Census delay could put off new voting districts, primaries

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

Census delay could put off new voting districts, primaries

"The census bureau isn't expecting to wrap up the census until the end of October three months later than planned in Congress must approve the bureau's request to delay turning over information to the states until the end of July twenty twenty one four months later than scheduled this could result in delays in drawing new legislative districts that could help decide which political party is in power what laws pass and whether communities of color have a voice in their states I'm Mike Hampton

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Contact tracing is needed for the US to return to normal, says Atlanta based CDC director

Clark Howard

00:26 sec | 2 months ago

Contact tracing is needed for the US to return to normal, says Atlanta based CDC director

"The next big focus in the fight against carbon dying teen will be contact racing the latest from WSP Sabrina clear PVC director Robert Redfield says very aggressive contact tracing is needed in order for the U. S. to return to normal a lot of ACDC is now looking at using twenty five thousand census bureau workers to do that contact tracing during this pandemic we'll be tracking down anybody who may have been exposed to the virus the work will be going on over the next few weeks and months as the country starts to

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"census bureau" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:14 min | 3 months ago

"census bureau" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"S. census bureau one Chesapeake Bay it is no longer called a rescue operation but recovery the search for the daughter and grandson of former Maryland lieutenant governor Kathleen Kennedy Townsend granddaughter and great grandson of the late senator Robert Kennedy they were riding a canoe that did not return to shore lesson from a movie star on keeping dangerous bacteria at bay CBS news correspondent Deborah Rodriguez with that Twain Johnson's found a way to teach is one year old daughter to wash your hands well ABC news but instead we seem very rough portion of you're welcome from Moana in a new video post the rocks wrapped in a towel with tiny Tiana seated on the bathroom sink is it is whenever he sings as Aesop's upper digits elicits giggles and delivers the final message for Roma virus has gotta go Deborah Rodriguez CBS news on Tom Foley CBS news this is southern California's only twenty four hour local news in traffic station KNX ten seventy newsradio good evening I'm Brian paying our top local stories it's seven afford nine oh five a rumbling tremor rattles parts of southern California and some popular mountain trails will be off limits during the pandemic right now traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the clients whose job things but the seats were a little busy right now on this Friday night they are running a break as we speak in Santa Clarita fourteen north bound before new hall Avenue this is to clear out some large debris that somehow ended up in one of the middle lanes and now in Glendale AZ outside to just before Colorado Boulevard they're running another break to help clear out a solo injury crash the car crashed into the center divider and was blocking traffic so they are trying to get that removed off of the freeway Avenue problem in Monterey park sixty east bound before paramount this is a new crash in the slow lane and the fire department still on the scene in Anaheim this is on the ninety one east bound at harbor Boulevard solar car spin out the fire department is on the scene looks like Caltrans is getting the cones out on the sixty freeway will let you know where all those locations are coming up but throughout the hour the next report coming up at nine fifteen I'm Jeff things with more traffic reports more often K. next ten.

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"census bureau" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:35 min | 3 months ago

"census bureau" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Census bureau this is an American red cross blood donation alert we are currently facing a severe blood shortage during this corona virus outbreak healthy blood and platelet donors are asked to make an appointment to give now donating blood is safe and can help save lives cancer patients accident victims and so many others continue to need lifesaving blood please schedule your appointment now by visiting red cross blood dot org or by calling one eight hundred red cross you can make a difference one in Mississippi people are really coming together these days to help each other out during the Cold nineteen crisis and it's great to hear that a lot of businesses are doing good to like city the global back their city foundation is supporting the world health organization's covert nineteen solidarity response fun city is also helping No kid hungry insure the kids get the meals they need during school closures and all year long Comcast is making its low income internet essentials program free for sixty days Comcast is also opening Xfinity wifi hotspots across the country to anyone who needs them for free even those who don't subscribe to Xfinity internet U. P. S. is working closely with global companies and suppliers to make a difference right now UPS is transporting testing kits personal protection equipment and medical devices needed to support public safety and to speed diagnosis and treatment four cove it nineteen so stay home stay healthy stay safe and we'll keep you updated on other businesses doing good are you losing your health insurance because of the corona virus if you.

"census bureau" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:43 min | 4 months 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 The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

01:45 min | 7 months ago

"census bureau" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"Make a quick correction about yesterday's Monday money. Beat when and I reported on record breaking retail sales totals for Thanksgiving and black Friday I left out a small word small but very important the word on online as in online sales which of course stands to reason because these figures are estimates and the only way to make quick and reasonably accurate estimates. It's is to pull the only instant data available and that would be the online data so online sales broke records. Now it'll be a while before we know the overall figures but I think the overall figures are going to be enormous if you look at the calendar year twenty eighteen. We set a record for retail sales in the whole year six trillion dollars according to the Census Bureau so sorry for that little imprecision and I hope that fixes it those are staggering numbers. You know I noticed. In the newswires newswires several stories about sort of black Friday backlash overseas people boycotting stores and protesting what they see is harmful consumerism. Some and you know from a Christian perspective Kinda resonate with that a little bit not specifically the protesters message. They don't celebrate Thanksgiving but there is something a bit unseemly unseemly about measuring solemn holidays like Thanksgiving by retail sales. Don't you think Oh yeah. Sure I don't necessarily disagree with that idea. And I say that is a proponent of free market economics I am a committed Austrian I resonate with free trade on terms that are mutually agreeable. Because in that way you know we meet our own needs and at the same time meet the needs of our neighbor now. That's the beauty of the free market that it's not coercive it's cooperative it's win win and and along those lines..

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"census bureau" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:05 min | 11 months ago

"census bureau" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"The census bureau launches its first major field operation of next year's once a decade national head count and is using a new tool this time around using an application that allows the US census bureau to compare satellite images of the country over time employees can spot new housing developments changes an existing homes and other housing units it did not previously exist U. S. census bureau geography division chief Deidre Dale Beyonce bishop tells WBBM using the software to verify more addresses in house allows the bureau to use forty thousand address checkers on the street rather than the one hundred fifty thousand used a decade ago the operation started and we'll continue address validation through mid October of this year and since this day is April first twenty twenty Jennifer Kuiper news radio one of five point nine FM news time six thirty three he's a hero when someone started shooting a block party there it university in Atlanta this week Derek Daniel shot himself amid the chaos and acted fast help one of the four young women who'd been hit Chicago native Clark Atlanta university sophomore tell CBS to certain ideas wrapped around her neck and outside roadside check up by compression because I know that's what they do in the army and stuff like that we can get shot so that we can help the bleeding a young woman now is out of the hospital police looking for the gunman Daniel says he's lost friends to gun violence the first time he was needed as it happened and he jumped in to help on your cell phone a lot you may ask yourself how much radiation you're being exposed to imagine all the screen time all the calls over a lifetime is it too much radiation the Chicago Tribune wanted to find out the newspaper funded lab tests using a liquid that mimics human tissue they analysed exposure to an iPhone seven more than fifteen minutes at a time they found the radio frequency radiation exposure not only measured over the legal safety limit but it more than doubled what apple reported to federal regulators apple does not agree with the newspapers findings the FCC now says it'll do its own testing Jennifer brown CBS news at home ask your smart speaker to play WBBM newsradio the car were on a an anathema.

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"census bureau" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:40 min | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"census bureau" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Census bureau, planning to launch its first ever test to the twenty twenty census form that includes a controversial citizenship question by the Trump administration NPR's fancy lo long reports attest is expected to begin in June next summer, close to a half million households will receive tests forms, the twenty twenty cents is some of those forms will include the question is this person a citizen of the United States census bureau is acting director around Jarman says the agency is trying to figure out what negative impact that question may have on how people respond or doing this purely for logistical purposes. The Trump administration says it added the citizenship question to better enforce the Voting Rights Act, but dozens of state cities and other groups are suing to get it. Removed census bureau research suggests ask. The question will scare non-citizens from taking part in the national headcount of every person living in the US. Those numbers determine how many congressional seats? Each state gets for the next decade on Zealand news, New York from Washington. This is NPR news. Two doctors raising concerns about the detention centers where migrant families are being held one trialed psychiatrist, Pamela McPherson. She spoke with all things considered about the risks to children detaining children can also damage the bond between the parent in child because in detention setting the parents authority is weekend. I the rules and the oversight of the facility McPherson and a specialist in internal medicine have Britain to the US Senate whistle blower protection caucus about what they found that the three detention center say inspected for the department of homeland security, the international charity Doctors Without Borders says it is ending rescue operations in the Mediterranean. Pulling out the last refugee rescue ship. Your query is the organization is blaming the situation on what it calls a campaign of obstruction by European governments the BBC's Damian gramatica reports European countries MSF said had clearly violate. International law by refusing to allow those rescued at sea access to safe ports, and enabling the forced return of thousands of them to arbitrary detention in Libya. The charity added that European countries had claimed success in reducing migration, but the ending of MSF search and rescue work, would it send mean more avoidable deaths that would go on witnessed and unrecorded. Meanwhile, it said European countries had created a climate that discouraged old ships at sea from carrying out that obligations to rescue those in distress the BBC's Damian gramatica reporting on trial Snyder NPR news from Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Condado fund, supporting individual dignity and sustainable communities through investments in transformative leaders, and ideas. Learn more at K E N D E D A fund dot ORG and the corporation for public broadcasting..

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"census bureau" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:58 min | 1 year 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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"census bureau" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"census bureau" Discussed on WRVA

"Starts to recede. Can you replace it? Well, no, I can't all right. Let's protect against that. You're not going to be able to re make that money. Can't make it up. You don't have enough time time and money. They are connected at the hip there the twins like Siamese twins. And there's no getting around it. Time and money age becomes so important. And that's why I want to give people the best possible advice possibly can. Because this is important stuff. You know, if you're going to need eighty percent of your current salary or household income to live comfortably in retirement. That's also making a lot of assumptions too, but we have to make some assumptions in order to plan because quite frankly. You really don't know what your healthcare costs are going to be down the road. And we're really not sure basically what inflation is going to be. You know, he's an example. There's an interesting statistic that was just released by the federal census bureau. Median household income last year rose by one point eight percent. One point eight percent. At slightly above where it was that brings the median income slightly above where it was in two thousand and seven that's eleven years ago. And adjusted for inflation incomes immediate income right now is exactly where it was in nineteen ninety nine. It's called running in place financially running in place, somebody in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine. Was making exactly the same amount on someone today adjusted for inflation. But it's the same quality life hasn't gone up. This is the problem. It's going to truly magnify in retirement. We can prevent that. We can do that. Let's take a quick break. And I'll give you an example. My number here is two seven oh nine thousand nine hundred sixty four two seven oh nineteen sixty four. And I wanna thank the folks that called last week some great questions cash, if there's some really sharp folks out here that are listening to the show and just really perceptive observations and questions and a couple I went and had to do some research on happy to do that and ransom illustrations for folks. Happy to do that never any obligation. Never. I want to give people the best information. I can. And if they take my advice, great, they become clients if they don't shake hands and walk away friends. It's always been my philosophy. And it's always worked for me. It's always worked for the clients. Again. My number here is two seven. Oh. Nine.

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"census bureau" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"census bureau" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The twenty two thousand census it's a majority latino city whose latino residents have helped bolster the entire state of rhode island it's the elephant in the room is gabriela domain zion she directs the latino policy institute at roger williams university in providence this is why our state has continued to have the representation had has at the federal level because latinos just like they do many places in the united states are making up for the fact that folks are getting older and not having children but domain zion and other leaders in the state are worried they're closely watching a test run of the twenty twenty cents is it's taking place right now in central falls and other parts of providence county the census bureau says it's going as planned but doom says many latino residents are refusing to be counted for it in this test does not include a citizenship question people are scared the latino population here includes a longtime residents both citizens and noncitizens documented and not and many are afraid of giving their information to the federal government the justice department requested the citizenship question to be added to the census it says it needs a better count of us citizens to enforce the voting rights act's protections against racial discrimination gabriela dumb and zane is not convinced they're putting us citizenship question on the census to further inflict harm emotional and psychological on a community that they have proved time and time again they don't want here the census bureau has asked all households about us citizenship before but the last time was back in nineteen fifty researched by the census bureau suggests that asking you about citizenship now could lead to an undercount more than two dozen states and cities including central falls half lawsuits to try to remove the question from the census forms regardless of what happens many undocumented immigrants like umberto oh are avoiding the census if they're illegal dot letter is like it's not my concern right i'll put it on the recyclable that's what i'm gonna do with it we're calling umberto by a family name because he's afraid of being deported by the census bureau cannot disclose information that can identify individuals not to the public and not to other government agencies but it can share data down to the neighborhood level about specific demographic groups umberto says he doesn't want to take the.

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"census bureau" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"census bureau" Discussed on KQED Radio

"One of the twenty twenty cents is it's taking place right now in central falls in other parts of providence county the census bureau says it's going as planned but duman zion says many latino residents are refusing to be counted for it and this test does not include citizenship question people are scared the latino population here includes a longtime residents both citizens and noncitizens documented and not and many are afraid of giving their information to the federal government the justice department requested the citizenship question to be added to the census it says it needs a better count of us citizens to enforce the voting rights act's protections against racial discrimination gabriela dumb and zion is not convinced they're putting us citizenship question on the census to further inflict harm emotional and psychological on a community that they proved time and time again they don't want here the census bureau has asked all households about us citizenship before but the last time was back in nineteen fifty researched by the census bureau suggests that asking about citizenship now could lee lead to an undercount more than two dozen states and cities including central falls halfaya lawsuits to try to remove the question from the census forms regardless of what happens many undocumented immigrants like umberto are avoiding the census if they're illegal thou is just like there's no my concern i put it on the recyclable that's what i'm gonna do with it we're calling umberto by a family name because he's afraid of being deported by law the census bureau cannot disclose information that can identify individuals not to the public and not to other government agencies but it can share data down to the neighborhood level about specific demographic groups umberto says he doesn't want to take the risk because after you answer that question saying you're not a citizen you're gonna be looking behind you all the time mayor james d llosa drives through central falls as a twenty twenty cents is draws nearer he's facing potential crisis low census numbers could translate into less federal and state funding.

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"census bureau" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"census bureau" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The twenty twenty census it's a majority latino city whose latino residents have helped bolster the entire state of rhode island it's the elephant in the room is as gabriella domain zion she directs the latino policy institute at roger williams university in providence this is why our state has continued to have the representation it has at the federal level because latinos just like they do many places in the united states are making up for the fact that folks are getting older and not having children but domains zayn and other leaders in the state are worried they're closely washing test run of the twenty twenty cents is it's taking place right now in central falls and other parts of providence county census bureau says it's going as planned but duman zion says many latino residents are refusing to be counted for it and this test does not include a citizenship question people are scared the latino population here includes a longtime residents both citizens and noncitizens documented and not and many are afraid of giving their information to the federal government the justice department requested the citizenship question to be added to the census it says it needs a better count of us citizens to enforce the voting rights act's protections against racial discrimination gabriela zion is not convinced they're putting us citizenship question on the census to further inflict harm emotional and psychological on a community that they have proved time and time again they don't want here the census bureau has asked all households about us citizenship before but the last time was back in nineteen fifty researched by the census bureau suggests that asking about citizenship now could lead to an undercount more than two dozen states and cities including central falls half hour lawsuits to try to remove the question from the census forms regardless of what happens many undocumented immigrants like umberto are avoiding the census if they're illegal that letter is just like it's not my concern right i'll put it on the recycling that's what i'm gonna do with it we're calling umberto by a family name because he's afraid of being deported by law the census bureau cannot disclose information that can identify individuals not to the public and not to other government agencies but it can share data down to the neighborhood level about specific demographic groups umberto says he doesn't wanna take the risk because after you answer that question saying that you're not.

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"census bureau" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"census bureau" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"There is no this this sense is if they asked this question does not stop counting people it just asked another question right it does not change the status of any given person any giving anyone who's here illegally doesn't change their their status at all right there there is no the census bureau cannot prosecute they're not going this isn't going to be because this is what the left wants you to believe this is more about finding out you know where the illegals are so that the trump administration can then go on and and start deporting at a higher rate this is about counting the says well let's say let's say let's just for the sake of discussion let's say that that is what he what he plans to do you may be against it but it's the law it would be does it but it doesn't make that's that that's actually a different topic the topic the topic for me the the initial topic because there's two topics and the one is should citizens be the ones that determine the power of the states in a federal election or should it be a combination of illegal immigrants and citizens the second question would be should we deport illegal immigrants and use the senses to deport illegal immigrants because we can find out where they are they do.

"census bureau" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"census bureau" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"The census bureau the the the the administration that that it is it it is an important part of determining congressional districts right that will be their position but that's not going to necessarily be the the the legal case before the court the court because of the because those that are filing the objection it's not it's not required of anyone there is no there was there is no one being harmed and so i think that's the point tucker carlson's bringing up which is a great point because the state of california probably doesn't want to challenge the entire thing they just want to challenge it and and hopefully get you know some a judge who hates trump to block it and maybe they can keep it from the twenty twenty senses right if they just keep walking keep blocking keep blocking keep blocking it right because it you i wouldn't wanna go any further because if it got to the supreme court as should the senses since the census is determined to to is the determining factor of congressional districts and therefore electoral votes should it be just american citizens that are counted when it comes to the makeup of the congressional districts on a federal level or should illegal immigrants influence that would be that would be the next case this is simply should the census be able to ask this question.

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"census bureau" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"census bureau" Discussed on WJR 760

"The census bureau the the jet the administration that that it is it it is an important part of determining congressional districts right that will be their position but that's not going to necessarily be the the the legal case before the court the court because of the because those that are filing the objection it's not it's not required of anyone there is no there was there is no one being harmed and so i think that's the point tucker carlson's which is a great point because the state of california probably doesn't want to challenge entire thing they just want to challenge it and and hopefully get you know some a judge who hates trump to block it known and maybe they can keep it from the twenty twenty senses right if they just keep walking keep blocking keep blocking keep blocking it right because it you i wouldn't wanna go any further because if it got to the supreme court as should the census since the census is determined to to is the determining factor of congressional districts and therefore electoral votes should it be just american citizens that are counted when it comes to the makeup of the congressional districts on a federal level or should illegal immigrants influence that would be that would be the next case this is simply should the census be.

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"census bureau" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"census bureau" Discussed on AP News

"From five rare barbary live cubs made their debuts is looming southwestern germany monday the babies were born two months ago but could only be showed up at the mortgage zoo monday because their immune systems words strong enough until now this new said the statement the mothers dari has taken exemplary care of her cubs barbary lives ones world the atlas mountains of northern africa of they've been extinct in the wild provide one hundred years resume says there are only about ninety two hundred of the animals in zoos around the world the united states census bureau says the human makeup of the us is changing ap's shows smith reports the country's getting older and more ethnically diverse system census bureau says all race and ethnic groups grew any year following july the first two thousand fifteen that included a two percent jump among nonwhite hispanics and three percent increase among asians and people of multiple races the slowest growing group of the year nonhispanic whites they had a net gain of just five thousand people that year newly released estimates also showed the median age went up from thirty five years in two thousand to nearly thirty eight years in two thousand sixteen the baby boomer's began to reach retirement in two thousand eleven and accounted for twelve point four percent of the population in two thousand six christine that age group was fifteen point two percent of all americans surely smith washington the world's biggest call users are boosting mining in 2017 in an abrupt departure from last year's record global decline and the setback to efforts to rein in climate change emissions data reviewed by the associated press show production for china india and the us is up about six percent through may compared to the same period last year kohl's fortunes had appeared to hit a new low less than two weeks ago with reports production fell six point five percent worldwide in 2016 whether it's comeback proves lasting has significant implications for longterm climate emission reduction targets paul accounts for almost half of greenhouse gas emissions from burning fossil fuel both analysts said the us mining rebound appears temporary that india's growth should continue projections for china are mixed at metro pcs we let the numbers do the.

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