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 US population center trending toward South this decade

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last week

US population center trending toward South this decade

"The U.S. population center is now on track to dip to the south this decade for the first time in the nation's history. Last year, the south outgrew other regions by well over a million people. Based on population estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau, births, outpace deaths, and there were higher numbers of domestic and international migration. Experts aren't sure if the dramatic poll to the south is a short term change because of the COVID-19 pandemic, or a long-term trend. Fueled by a mix of housing affordability, lower taxes, and the swell of baby boomers retiring to warmer climates. Among the ten U.S. states that saw the highest growth last year, Texas, Florida, North Carolina and Georgia, while the northeast and Midwest lost

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"census bureau" Discussed on History Unplugged Podcast

History Unplugged Podcast

05:28 min | Last month

"census bureau" Discussed on History Unplugged Podcast

"They were lawyers and many of them never expected to be on a highway with a gun being shot at by the most famous criminals in the United States. Could you walk through the sorts of reforms he introduces? Because I imagine he has to completely rebuild the organization so that it could do something like communicate across state lines and do weapons training, do tactical training, all these different things. So what did it look like for him to rebuild this organization to deal with the threats that he saw in the 1930s? Yeah, the 30s is a really big period of kind of institutional change for the FBI to address these new duties and problems that are coming his way. And there are all sorts of features that come into being during that period that are still very much Staples of how the FBI operates. So he opens a new training school out at Quantico, not only to train his own agents, but to begin to train local police officers to combat these new forms of crime and to use FBI methods. He begins to collect crime statistics, and he fights very hard to be the one collecting crime statistics, you know, the question was who ought to be in charge of this. There are a lot of people who say, it should be something like the Census Bureau, someone who's not super invested in law enforcement, but Hoover actually gets control over that. And that is the basis for the uniform crime reports, the crime statistics that the FBI still puts out today. He opens a new lab that is supposed to be at the cutting edge of forensic technology. This is especially important in kidnapping cases where they're often trying to deploy scientific methods to trace out clues, but the FBI really becomes a kind of pioneering force in that, still the famous FBI lab, which is run into some problems over the years, but dates its origins here. And then he's got to teach all these guys to shoot guns and to kind of come into their own as this sort of spectacular crime fighting force. Many of the people he had hired in the 20s were college educated. They were lawyers. They were accountants. They were men that he had sort of styled as experts and not like regular cops, right? Regular cops were thought to be, you know, pretty brutal and often undereducated. And he really wanted his agents to be different from that. But then in the 30s, they find themselves needing to be a lot more like cops to learn how to deal with not only weapons, but informants to deal with the press in new ways. And found themselves in situations where they were kind of confronted with both the temptations and also the challenges of dealing with organized crime. It's interesting to think that the organization evolved so quickly from accountants and lawyers that are nervously trying to put together a handgun at a shooting range and having terrible aim. That's what I'm thinking of. Until a

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"census bureau" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:26 min | Last month

"census bureau" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Or whatever it is. Feel free to bake some cookies and let me know where they're going to be. But yeah, it's not a day to be out venturing around just checking the roads to see if we're actually as bad as what we say they are because that's when bad things can happen. Take our word for it. If you don't have to travel, don't. Members of the National Guard called up by the governor have been assisting police on the roads fight field says in some instances getting people to hotels to wait it out. Live and Chesterton might crouser one O 5 9 W BBM. You can stay on top of the weather conditions by tracking live interactive radar on our website. News radio dot com. You can also find more tips to stay warm and protect your home by clicking the red link on our homepage. In other news this morning, Chicago police are investigating an apparent armed robbery spree overnight on the west and near northwest sides, wbms Bernie to foia joins us live with the latest. Chicago police say there were 6 armed robberies with similar descriptions over a 40 minute period between two 20 and three this morning. The first was in the 700 block of west grand, the last was in the 1600 block of west Erie. It all 6 cases victims reported two or three armed men got out of a silver Toyota SUV and demanded the victims belongings. None of the victims was physically hurt, no one is in custody. Reporting live, burning to foia one O 5 9 double DBM. The report from the U.S. Census Bureau suggests Illinois may be an outlier in the Midwest. Illinois shrank by approximately a 104,000 residents since last year, while all surrounding states grew, Ohio and Michigan saw smaller losses, only New York and California saw higher losses in the country. Illinois was also ranked third in net migration loss at a 141,000. The numbers take births, deaths, and moves in and out of the state into account. But a bureau spokesperson says the numbers may come with a margin of error. Is there not an actual count, but estimates based on third party data from services that keep vital statistics. Karolina garibay one O 5 9 wbm. The January 6th committee has released dozens of new witness transcripts from its investigation into the attack on the U.S. capitol. Ren one revelation, the pressure allegedly applied to Cassidy Hutchinson, one of the star witnesses of the select committee's investigation. In one of the transcripts, she describes her challenges finding honest legal representation. And also told the panel she struggled to find a lawyer and was directed to a Trump related attorney named Stephan passantino, who outlined his strategy. The less you remember, the better. And later, he told her, we just want to focus on protecting the president. And before she publicly testified about this altercation between the former president and his security detail in his limousine, the president said something to the effect of I'm the effing president. Take me up to the capitol now. She said, pause and discouraged her and suggested she say she didn't recall. That's CBS News correspondent Nicole Killian. We'll give you the answer to this hour's smart quiz question and see if we have a winner in less than 60 seconds. Purely liver by North American herb and spies is rich in over 30 essential vitamins and nutrients, no other food on earth contains this unique combination. Learn how purely liver can help you visit purely liver dot com. That's purely liver dot com. For breakfast, lunch, or dinner, have your classic cut applewood smoked

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Working at 76: Inflation forces hard choice for older adults

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

Working at 76: Inflation forces hard choice for older adults

"Higher prices are stressing many Americans, those over 65 often have an even harder time of it. Take lenore Angie, a retired school lunch worker from Cleveland, Ohio. At the age of 76, she had to go back to work, finding a part time job as a salesperson at a department store to cover the costs of food and medicine for her ailing husband. The holidays, she says, are going to be tough. A larger share of people like her say they feel worse off financially than they were a year ago. That's according to the AARP. And this problem is expected to get worse as more baby boomers retire. The Census Bureau estimates that by 2050, the number of Americans ages 65 and older will be nearly double what it was ten years ago. I'm Rita foley

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Mike Gonzalez on Hispanics and Identity Politics

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:18 min | 2 months ago

Mike Gonzalez on Hispanics and Identity Politics

"Made fun of you. I made a little joke in our green room earlier. I used the epithet, the adjective Hispanic, you wrote a book, let's put it up there the plot. This is your first blockbuster book, the plot to change America. How identity politics is dividing the land of the free. This book is a real glimpse behind the curtain mic of the kind of divide and conquer philosophy, which has gotten us to a place where you as a Cuban or a family from Cuba, if you fill out an official federal form, there'll be a box that separates you from me that asks you whether your Hispanic or whether you're non Hispanic, how much has this identity pot. Let's start with this. How much is identity politics left political parties and ideologues and radicals and borrowed its way into government. In fact, because Hispanic is not a race, it's a questionable by itself in the senses. They ask you, it's completely divides the country into Hispanics and non Hispanics. And I choose never to answer the question. This is obviously an artifact of the activists of the 1970s who insisted that the Census Bureau create this category. Just make it up. Yes, and when the Census Bureau, which at the beginning, now of course, the Census Bureau has been infiltrated. But back in the early 70s, they were quite reluctant to do this. And there's a very famous exchange, which I quote in my book, in which a director of the Census Bureau said, we have all the data that you need. We have the language to speak at home. The nation of origin, you know, we have all that and they activists said, we don't want the data. We want the group, create a category. Let's unpack that. So what is the objective of the activist in the 70s who say to the bureau, we don't care whether or not they speak Spanish at home. We want a label. We want a box. Why do they want that Michael? Well, it's because once you have a group that you can isolate from the rest of the country, then you have a victim who category. In fact,

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"census bureau" Discussed on Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:02 min | 3 months ago

"census bureau" Discussed on Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

"The U.S. is experiencing a massive demographic shift as the baby boom becomes the senior boom. According to the U.S. Census Bureau more than one in 5 Americans will be 65 or older in 2030. And the tech industry is catching on. Big companies and small startups are increasingly developing products with older users in mind. Karen etkin is a gerontologist and creator of the blog, the gerund technologist, where she writes and podcasts about the latest in age tech. She says the idea that older people don't get technology is just a tired stereotype. It's just about making the technology accessible and useful and it has to bring value to their lives because people who have been on this planet for many, many decades, they will usually be better at resisting just grabbing the shiniest brightest new object on Amazon, the bottom line is that I was really, really excited to find out that older adults do want to use technology when we just have to do a better job at developing it. And how are tech companies in this space creating this age tech with older people in mind from the beginning? So what we've seen, what I've seen startups doing, what I've done myself when I worked for cofounded startups is first of all, you have to obviously figure out who your target user and target buyer is, or at least have a hypothesis. And then you go out into the field and you talk to you talk to people, you interview them, you ask questions, you figure out whether the problem that you're trying to solve is actually a problem that real people in the real world have and they're willing to pay for a solution. And from my experience, there are plenty of older adults out there who would happily not only answer questions but will try out your product and will give you honest and sometimes even brutal feedback and as an entrepreneur, sometimes that's just what you need to hear. What sort of technological innovations today are making aging in place easier. There is so much available today that wasn't available 5 or ten years ago. Even basic sensors for fall detection that you can find basically on Amazon today, those weren't available a decade ago. And people who are, let's say, in their 90s, they don't necessarily feel that it's safe for them to drive anymore. And so what are they supposed to do? How are they supposed to get around their own community? So even Uber or Lyft could be considered aging in place enablers. I mean, the more technology progresses will just have many more solutions. So if I look at decades down the line, by the time I'm older, I fully expect that I will have robots in my home to help me age in place. Clearly, technology has a lot of potential to help this population, but I'm curious what it means for human connections. Unfortunately, loneliness among older adults is nothing new. And so I believe the technology can be part of the solution. It's not the only solution and one of the products that I had the fortune of working on is Eli Q, which is a social robot for older adults and we built elika for facilitating more frequent and quality human to human interaction by bridging the digital divide. And if we look into the future again, I believe that the metaverse could potentially be part of the solution because imagine if you could have dinner with an older loved one who lives hundreds of miles away. He would go have dinner in your holodeck and they would go have dinner in their holiday. And you could feel like you're in the same room. Wouldn't that be amazing? Are there other developments in this space that you're particularly excited about? So in the near term, I'm incredibly incredibly excited about autonomous vehicles. One because hopefully they will reduce the number of people who get injured and die in motor vehicle crashes, specifically they would potentially reduce the number of pedestrians who are injured and killed by vehicles driven by humans. And also, I think it will be a game changer for aging in place because it would enable everyone who doesn't feel like they want to drive anymore. Just getting to an autonomous car and get to wherever they need safely. And I think that would be really amazing and I'm really looking forward to that honestly. Karen etkin is the creator of the site,

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Racism seen as root of water crisis in Mississippi capital

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 5 months ago

Racism seen as root of water crisis in Mississippi capital

"Months into a water crisis in Jackson Mississippi questions are being raised about why people in the city had to boil their drinking water How did this happen Residents politicians experts and activists say systemic racism is the root cause of Jackson's water problems Maisie Brown is a student at Jackson state university Nobody else has to have this fight but nobody else is as black as us And is it the socioeconomic level that the city is at Mayor shockwave lumumba says Jackson's population has declined since 1980 A decade after the city schools began integrating When it became black led city you had white flight right And with that population decline you saw revenue you saw tax dollars leave The mayor says Jackson has been left out of the equation in terms of equity of resources according to the Census Bureau its population is more than 80% black and the poverty level is more than 24% I'm Ed Donahue

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Unwed couples grew, US was more wired in COVID's 1st years

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 5 months ago

Unwed couples grew, US was more wired in COVID's 1st years

"The Census Bureau is providing new data on how life changed in the U.S. during the pandemic Results from the American community survey gathered by the Census Bureau in 2021 found significant changes under COVID-19 in the past two years estimates from the 2020 survey were deemed unusable because of problems getting people to answer Some of the data is not surprising the number of people working from home tripled and more households now have a computer and Internet service public transportation use was cut in half over concerns about catching the virus costs rose for those seeking more comfortable isolation The median home value went from $240,500 to over 281,000 The percentage of people who spent more than a third of their income on rent rose to over 51% But while there were stories of multi generational family members moving in together the average household size actually shrank slightly fewer people moved and the share of unmarried couples living together rose Jennifer King Washington

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Census: Inequality last year grew, but child poverty dropped

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 5 months ago

Census: Inequality last year grew, but child poverty dropped

"New numbers on income inequality are out Income inequality in the U.S. increased last year for the first time in more than a decade However childhood poverty was cut almost in half That was due to expansion of the federal government's child tax credit and stimulus payments made in response to the COVID-19 pandemic This is all according to new survey results released by the U.S. Census Bureau the current population survey says the income inequality index increased 1.2% from 2020 to 2021 That's the first time that number has gone up since 2011 I'm Shelley Adler

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Study: Millennials didn't stray far from where they grew up

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

Study: Millennials didn't stray far from where they grew up

"A new study finds millennials are sticking closer to home Young adulthood is when Americans are most likely to move away from their hometown But by age 26 more than two thirds of millennials still lived in the same area where they grew up according to a study by Harvard University and the U.S. Census Bureau 80% were less than 100 miles away among those who do leave their parents commuting zone New York Los Angeles Washington and Denver continued to be popular Atlanta was a choice of destination for many young black adults while young Hispanics were also drawn to San Antonio and Phoenix The study echoes other data showing an overall decline in mobility in the 1950s 20% of U.S. residents moved each year That figure is down to 8.4% Jennifer King Washington

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8 out of 10 Largest U.S. Cities Lost Residents During Pandemic

The Dan Bongino Show

01:37 min | 9 months ago

8 out of 10 Largest U.S. Cities Lost Residents During Pandemic

"And the pandemic revealed that a lot of people kind of already knew that their city's kind of suck We got the Census Bureau just putting out some population estimates and it showed that 8 of the ten largest cities lost residents And of course more than those 8 loss residents Now they look from July 2020 to July 2021 So we're talking about the height of the pandemic New York lost 305,000 residents That's two and a half percent of the 2020 population You look at Chicago they lost 45,000 LA 40,000 San Francisco as a city Lost saw the largest rate of decline 6.3% of its 2020 population that's about 55,000 residents When the pandemic happened you know I was really just focused on living in my kind of shoebox environment And really kind of COVID gave me a chance to kind of look for a little bit more space Like it's not just about space So he lived in San Francisco talking to CBS News He lived there up until the pandemic and then he kind of realized something At the end of my time living in San Francisco I almost felt like the city was kind of like chasing me out They kind of were like they weren't chasing you up They try to chase out people who maybe are not completely in line with their vision And unfortunately the vision in so many of these cities is what it has become filled with homeless people filled with death from overdose and yet weirdly you're paying $2700 for that 500 ft² apartment People realize very quickly Once they couldn't actually get out of their apartments that the city doesn't offer them much

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New York Los Angeles, Census Bureau And Chicago discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 9 months ago

New York Los Angeles, Census Bureau And Chicago discussed on AP News Radio

"Many Americans left the nation's biggest cities during the first year of the pandemic 8 of the ten largest cities in this country lost population during the first year of the pandemic At the top of the list New York Los Angeles and Chicago New York lost more than 305,000 people between July of 2020 and July of 2021 according to the Census Bureau Among the ten largest cities only San Antonio and Phoenix gained new residents and not many so where did everybody go Many went to smaller big cities primarily in the sunbelt Austin Texas and Fort Worth Jacksonville Florida Charlotte North Carolina The reasons vary housing costs jobs births and deaths I'm Rita foley

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Goodbye NYC: Estimates show big city losses, Sunbelt gains

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 9 months ago

Goodbye NYC: Estimates show big city losses, Sunbelt gains

"Many Americans left the nation's biggest cities during the first year of the pandemic 8 of the ten largest cities in this country lost population during the first year of the pandemic At the top of the list New York Los Angeles and Chicago New York lost more than 305,000 people between July of 2020 and July of 2021 according to the Census Bureau Among the ten largest cities only San Antonio and Phoenix gained new residents and not many so where did everybody go Many went to smaller big cities primarily in the sunbelt Austin Texas and Fort Worth Jacksonville Florida Charlotte North Carolina The reasons vary housing costs jobs births and deaths I'm Rita foley

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Hans Von Spakovsky: Analyzing Federal Agencies & Voter Registration

The Dan Bongino Show

01:36 min | 10 months ago

Hans Von Spakovsky: Analyzing Federal Agencies & Voter Registration

"That executive order they told all these cabinet agencies other offices submit your plans to The White House by September And yet none of those plans have been made public It's not only that there are refusing foia requests Listen I know for a fact personally because I've spoken to some of them state secretaries of state So these are the people that charge of running elections every state They haven't been told What these federal agencies are going to do They haven't been good information which of course look even if there's nothing nefarious about this and I think there is that's going to lead to all kinds of potential confusion and chaos as these federal agencies get involved is something they've never ever done which is voter registration Oh and by the way Dan this entire executive order is based on a complete and total lie If you read the order Biden says he's doing it because of the difficulties with voter registration and barriers to access to the polling places of voters particularly people of color There hasn't been any difficulties with voter registration In fact the Census Bureau The Census Bureau said that in the 2020 election voter registration in this country was higher than in the prior 5 presidential elections And look you keep your posts on news across the country If there were barriers keeping people at a polling place I think we would have heard about it

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Voter turnout sagging in troubled voting rights hub of Selma

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Voter turnout sagging in troubled voting rights hub of Selma

"This weekend Selma Alabama observes Bloody Sunday but in that city fewer and fewer people are voting and to many given the history it's heartbreaking and even shocking almost six decades after black demonstrators on the city's Edmund Pettus bridge risked their lives for the right to vote turnout in predominately black Selma and the surrounding county in twenty twenty was under fifty seven percent among the worst in the state I'm shocked actually congresswoman Terri Sewell's district includes Selma we of all places you know the importance of voting in every election she says voter apathy coupled with voter suppression is weighing heavily on her now we have to give people a reason to go vote the U. S. census bureau found that a racial gap persisted nationwide in voting in twenty twenty with about sixty three percent of black voters casting ballots compared to seventy one percent of whites I'm Julie Walker

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"census bureau" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"census bureau" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Closer look they've been called game changers pills that fight COVID-19 will discuss the science behind the antiviral drugs one of which was developed right here in Atlanta Also Georgia lieutenant governor Jeff Duncan talks about his priorities for the legislative session Tomorrow at one here on 90.1 W ABE Live from NPR news I'm Dale willman As Americans celebrate the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday The White House is using the day to focus on the right to vote Speaking from The White House vice president Kamala Harris offered a warning Today our freedom to vote is under assault In Georgia and across our nation anti voter laws are being passed that could make it more difficult for as many as 55 million Americans to vote 55 million Americans That is one out of 6 people in our country President Joe Biden meanwhile asked Americans to commit to the unfinished work of king by protecting what he calls the sacred right to vote Republican senator Tim Scott says race struggles in the U.S. are only exacerbated by President Biden's voting rights speech last week Scott the only black Republican senator called Biden's remarks misleading in Atlanta last week Biden challenged senators to stand against voter suppression The U.S. Census Bureau is asking the public to weigh in by tomorrow on a proposed process for tribal state and local governments to request corrections to the last census and pierce hansi long reports After the pandemic disrupted counting and former president Donald Trump's administration cut the census short some leaders of collagen prison towns have been concerned their official population counts are not accurate The Census Bureau says it wouldn't be able to change the numbers that have already been used to reallocate congressional seats and Electoral College votes or the data used to redraw voting maps But the bureau is proposing a new program that would allow tribal stain local governments is sent in records about the people who they think should have been counted The proposal still has to get a green light from The White House's office and management and budget NPR news Thousands of flights have been canceled or delayed so far today as a major storm system crawls across the northeast on Sunday More than 3000 U.S. flights were canceled because of the same storm Meanwhile more than 100,000 homes and businesses have lost power as a foot or more of snow hits parts of New York Ohio and Pennsylvania This is a PR news Palestinians are protesting an Israeli attempt to remove them from their property in a contested Jerusalem neighborhood where Israeli attempts to displace Palestinian residents sparked conflict last year The United Nations and European Union oppose the eviction and peers Daniel estrin reports from Jerusalem I'm in the neighborhood of chef Zara.

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"census bureau" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"census bureau" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"To get their census results corrected NPR's hansi la Wong reports When we're talking about the federal tax dollars that the census helps guide to local communities every year it's a huge amount of money More than 1.5 trillion a year to be exact Billions of which have gone to places like Detroit where democratic mayor Mike dougan recently held a press conference about concerns that his city won't get its fair share I mean everything from healthcare funds to hot lunch funds to the school district You go right down the line There's a huge amount of funding that flows into the Detroit area based on the census count It affects a lot of services and a lot of different areas And after the pandemic delayed counting and former president Donald Trump's administration cut short counting many officials have been worried the population counts released last year don't include all of the people living in their communities including route mccord secretary of Maryland's department of planning Are you the group of Maryland state officials most concerned about the census Yes we contain the Maryland state data center The court has not ruled out Maryland challenging the 2020 census results for what the bureau calls its count question resolution program The state will be looking at those numbers across the board just like all the local jurisdictions should be looking at their numbers And for the next year and a half they can ask the beer to basically double check its work for any processing errors that may have misplaced homes or borders One of those things that people don't normally associate with addresses is whether or not in the past ten years an area has been annexed into a town or a city And the court says that kind of detail can make a big difference to a local community's numbers especially if new homes have been built since the last census Did the Census Bureau pick that up Do they count these new homes as part of a town or as part of the county Still any successful challenge through the bureaus count question resolution program will likely be a band aid for any community that was severely undercounted Unfortunately what it doesn't do and what it can't do is correct for the systemic problem with the census which is that we don't count every person living in the United States Kara brownfield is a senior policy analyst at the Georgetown center on poverty and inequality which has been tracking a persistent failing by the Census Bureau Decade after decade it is undercounted black people Latinos Native Americans renters and children under 5 and a recent study by the urban institute suggests the 2020 census likely undercounted all those groups at rates higher than a decade ago Addressing those inequities is Paramount but that's going to be the work that needs to be done over the coming years between now and 2030 The count question resolution program also does not change the 2020 census data that has already been used to reallocate congressional seats and Electoral College votes as well as redraw voting maps But more than a trillion federal tax dollars are still on the table for officials like Detroit's mayor Mike duggan to make sure end up in their communities every year The people who say Detroit are not being treated fairly All I want I don't want any special treatment I just want our residents to be counted Tens of thousands of Detroit's residents may not have been counted according to a recent report by researchers at the University of Michigan and Wayne state university And city officials say they're skeptical at the beer's count question resolution program can help Detroit Hopefully they will have a means to correct it And if they don't we're going to go to federal court and we got a strong case The bureau is trying to prepare for cases from other government officials after an especially messy senses It's proposed a new program designed for college and prison towns that challenge their census results and later this year it's expected to announce how its new set of population estimates can be challenged too On Ziggler Wong NPR news In.

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"census bureau" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"census bureau" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"2009 Yes I know I would never forget those years She was working on a PhD in economics when she helped develop data analysis projects at the bureau And during her time there Garcia bettis was born in Caracas Venezuela says she rarely saw or heard people like her You will see Latinos mostly in service work I lunch room or you will hear Spanish on those areas but I personally did not see that within the units that I interacted with Starting next month The bureau is expected to be led by a statistician who will become the first Latino and second ever person of color to head the U.S. Census But NPR analyzed the latest public data on the permanent full-time staff under the beers director And we found the bureau has not met its goal of achieving a workforce that reflects the rich diversity of the American public that we serve It's in your executives mostly identified as white not Latino and male I think what has been donning has been done professionally It's what could be done and what other discussion could be opened if they were more diversity in the organization People of color make up more than 42% of the U.S. population but only about 23% of the bureau's executives identified as either American Indian Alaska native Asian black Latino Pacific Islander or multiracial Some census watchers say they're concerned this lack of diversity has persisted for years at the same agency that is undercounted people of color decade after decade We need people to understand firsthand ideally the obstacles of barriers and the systematic exclusion that so many populations have faced in this country Desi small Rodriguez is an assistant Professor of sociology at UCLA who is chicana and a citizen of the northern Shia nation and is served as an outside adviser to the bureau And it's really difficult to do that if you're a white man because you have never experienced that in your life in this country Undercounts in the census have produced inaccurate data that's used to distribute political representation and federal money to states and local communities with so much at stake It's becoming more and more important to track the cultural competencies of the bureau's leaders says Arturo Vargas CEO of the national association of Latino elected and appointed officials educational fund I had to advocate for the Census Bureau to look at the full diversity of the Latino population When the bureau was researching had encouraged Latinos to participate in the 2020 census there were initially no plans to hold specific focus groups with Latinos who primarily speak English They could not comprehend the reality that a large segment of the Latino population does not consume its information exclusively in Spanish The Census Bureau declined to make a representative available for an interview for this story but said in a statement that it's quote committed to attracting developing and retaining a diverse and inclusive workforce Still there is a long-standing reason why the bureau has not made major progress on its diversity goals According to Arnold Jackson the bureau's former associate director of the 2010 census who first joined the bureau in the 1980s I was told by the highest level people in the organization who had recruited and hired me that the culture of the organization was best viewed as a tribal culture With a lot of people sharing similar backgrounds and Jackson who was African American says they often end up replicating themselves which in turn limits promotions for staffers of color I've seen kids go two or three years into their professional careers and just not know what's going on but that's something is amiss To keep up with the country's demographics though the bureau will need more economists statisticians and other technical experts of color who want to work in public service And that requires investment now According to Monica Garcia Perez it's a place that I really wish a lot of Latinos had a chance to experience because is a place where people will learn and will be able to grow She says the problem is that's still harder for some groups to do than others Hansie Luang NPR news This is in PR news This is listener supported WNYC in New York Coming up on morning edition Friends mourn the victims of a shooting spree that left 5 dead in Denver last Monday They did not deserve to be killed It was a good dad He was a good uncle It was a good person Authorities are trying to make sense of the suspect's motives more on that later this hour WNYC supporters include the New York City mayor's office recovery for all means keeping New York the safest big city in America and reminding listeners there is nothing New York City can't do Information is available at NYC gov slash together Lyndon is on the move She's got three shows on stage this season She's the only woman to win two Pulitzer prizes for playwriting and she even foreshadowed the Trump era.

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"census bureau" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"census bureau" Discussed on WTOP

"Census Bureau is now with its latest population projections The Census Bureau projects the world's population will be 7.8 billion people on New Year's Day 2022 That's an increase of 74 million people The U.S. grew by almost 707,000 people over the past year and the nation's population is expected to be 332.4 million residents on January 1st Also starting next year the Census Bureau projects an estimated 4.3 births to two deaths worldwide every second Linda kenyon CBS News Washington 15 modern day players are on the list of finalists for the pro football Hall of Fame's class of 2022 DeMarcus ware Andre Johnson and Devin Hester all make the list in their first year of eligibility Hester is a rare finalist who made his mark mostly on special teams Perhaps remembered best for opening the 2007 Super Bowl with the 92 yard kick-off return for a Chicago touchdown The selection committee will also consider tackles Tony boselli and Willie Anderson defensive lineman Richard C more Jared Allen and Brian young safety Leroy butler cornerback rendez barber wide receiver's torry holt and Reggie Wayne and linebackers Sam mills Zach Thomas and Patrick Willis A maximum of 5 can be elected I'm Ben Thomas Well despite the rise in COVID cases we've been seen all around the country New York City will ring in 2022 as planned If you plan to celebrate New Year's Eve in Times Square tonight outgoing NYPD commissioner dermot chase says Let's have fun Let's do it in a safe environment You're going to wear a mask And that's the expectation for everyone Plus you'll have to show proof of full vaccination to enter Mary Rubin CBS News New York As we enter a new year we look back at some of the most widely heard stories of 2021 The year began with Bernie Sanders going viral We want to keep warm Who could forget that look from the inauguration the Vermont senator heads crossed legs crossed in a huge pair of mittens We know something about the cold We're not so concerned about good fashion Call him the kitty attorney Face to face meetings turn to zooms during the pandemic You're alive I'm not a cat And in the case of Texas attorney rod ponton he showed up to a court hearing as a cat on his screen.

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New home sales jump 12.4% in November, highest in 7 months

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

New home sales jump 12.4% in November, highest in 7 months

"New new home home sales sales reached reached their their highest highest level level in in seven seven months months sales sales of of new new single single family family homes homes increased increased twelve twelve percent percent in in November November pushing pushing the the seasonally seasonally adjusted adjusted annual annual rate rate two two seven seven hundred hundred forty forty four four thousand thousand that's that's the the best best showing showing since since April April the the census census bureau bureau and and the the department department of of housing housing and and urban urban development development say say the the median median sales sales price price of of the the new new home home last last month month was was just just under under four four hundred hundred seventeen seventeen thousand thousand dollars dollars fourteen fourteen percent percent higher higher than than a a year year ago ago the the housing housing industry industry has has benefited benefited from from low low mortgage mortgage rates rates and and a a surging surging demand demand as as Americans Americans cooped cooped up up by by the the corona corona virus virus seek seek out out larger larger homes homes my my camp camp in in Washington Washington

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"census bureau" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"census bureau" Discussed on WTOP

"Leads the U.S. in the percentage of residents who are leaving the removing out The U.S. Census Bureau says the districts population fell overall by nearly 3% in the last year That's almost twice the percentage of people leaving New York City Since this numbers show 23,030 people who call D.C. home in July 2020 no longer did one year later while the district gained nearly 3300 people in that time It wasn't nearly enough to offset the loss which the Census Bureau blames on a decrease in net international migration and fertility along with a rise in deaths due in part to the COVID-19 pandemic Matt small WP news Maryland's new map of congressional districts is facing its first legal challenge The Baltimore sun reports a lawsuit was filed by a dozen Republicans two of whom are running for Congress and also the conservative group judicial watch The lawsuit argues that the districts curve around the state in ways that divide communities in order to give Democrats an advantage at the ballot box and they're asking the state courts to throw that new map out They want to replace with the map that was drawn by a commission appointed by Republican governor Larry Hogan In the meantime this political fight has played out during the public hearings yesterday where residents weighed in on those new legislative maps proposed in Maryland The hearing started with Republican leaders in Annapolis questioning some of the changes being proposed eventually prompting democratic delegate Eric ludke chime into Senate minority leader Brian Simon air I was under the impression that this was a public hearing And just asking for justification The maps came out Monday night in a hearing was held less than 48 hours later only a handful of voters studied the maps and signed up to comment Sabrina park in the broader area should not be carved up like a Christmas turkey Kevin Burke of Ana rondell county was one who did speak out The proposed maps are clearly unethical While Beth Hough neagle with the league of women voters warns the way this has been handled only continues Killing the cynicism towards those in charge John Doe and WTO P news Up ahead on W TOP Virginia former First Lady Linda rob still hospitalized following Tuesday night's fire I'm taking Lyanna It's 8 13 When buying and selling a home.

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US population growth at lowest rate in pandemic's 1st year

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

US population growth at lowest rate in pandemic's 1st year

"The the pandemic pandemic is is stunting stunting the the nation's nation's growth growth in in just just one one year year the the pandemic pandemic killed killed hundreds hundreds of of thousands thousands of of U. U. S. S. residents residents delayed delayed pregnancies pregnancies and and reduced reduced immigration immigration in in fact fact just just released released figures figures from from the the census census bureau bureau mean mean the the population population growth growth in in the the US US is is down down to to its its lowest lowest level level since since the the nation nation was was founded founded from from July July of of twenty twenty twenty twenty two two July July of of twenty twenty twenty twenty one one the the nation nation added added fewer fewer than than four four hundred hundred thousand thousand people people the the population population grew grew by by zero zero point point one one percent percent a a census census bureau bureau demographer demographer says says population population growth growth has has been been slowing slowing for for years years but but this this she she says says is is a a historically historically slow slow pace pace I'm I'm Rita Rita folate folate

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Contrary to popular belief, no great migration in pandemic

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Contrary to popular belief, no great migration in pandemic

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting figures from the U. S. census bureau show there was no great migration during the pandemic new figures released Wednesday by the U. S. census bureau show the great pandemic migration was largely a myth the figures show contrary to popular belief of a wave of moves to avoid covert restrictions or to change lifestyle the proportion of people who moved in the past year fell to its lowest level in the seventy three years but it's been tracked more than twenty seven million people or eight point four percent of U. S. residents reported having moved in the past year according to the current population survey annual social and economic supplement by comparison nine point three percent of U. S. residents moved from twenty nineteen to twenty twenty among those who did move in the past year a little under half cited housing related factors as the reason Mike Rossi at Washington

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Census: Relief Payments Staved off Hardship in COVID Crash

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year ago

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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"census bureau" Discussed on The CyberWire

The CyberWire

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"census bureau" Discussed on The CyberWire

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"census bureau" Discussed on The CyberWire

The CyberWire

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"census bureau" Discussed on The CyberWire

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"census bureau" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"census bureau" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The winner of last Saturday's Kentucky Derby, reportedly has tested positive for a banned steroid during a post race check. The synthetic drug is prohibited within two weeks of a race in if the findings are upheld, Venus Spirit would be disqualified and the runner up. Be declared the winner. Okay, We're going to go deeper into something Many people may not even know about Children under the age of 18 getting married in California. It's happening more than you may realize. KFC case, Aubrey Aquino has details on a proposal to stop it. So Aubrey. A lot of people, including Sam and I were not aware that child marriage is allowed in the state. Yeah, California is one of 13 states that does not have a minimum age requirement for marriage. Assemblywoman Kati Petri Norris says she was shocked the first time she heard that fact. And that's why she's introduced A B 12 86 as a first step toward making a strong case to ban child marriage in this state, according to US Census Bureau estimates. At least 13,000 child marriages had occurred in California over a five year period, and the Pew Research Center estimates that California has six highest number of child marriage is for Pepita in the entire country. Assembly Appropriations Committee has already passed this bill with unanimous support, and it's going to require counties to submit child marriage data four times a year to the state registrar and then report that back to the Legislature. So let's talk a little bit about the history of this Aubrey. Have there been any attempts in the past to limit the age in California? Assemblywoman Petri Norris's previous legislative efforts to end child marriage in California have fallen flat because there's been no mandate for counties and state agencies to report the number of these marriages and opponents have asserted. It's not a real problem. His bill with posed by everyone from the East. Tell you to planned Parenthood to faith based organizations, and that coalition was strong enough. Kill his proposal, and that's why the approach that we're taking is to introduce the data collection Bell and the first step and build a case that we're able to pass legislation in the future to end this practice. In California. A person under 18 years old can Mary with parental consent by judicial approval is also required. The full assembly will vote on this measure later this month. So Aubrey, we're just kind of curious. Um, is there any age limit that's being discussed right now is part of this legislation. I mean, are we talking about 17 year olds or 14 year olds? Or is there a limit? Is there a number attached to this right now? So they're trying to make it. So if you're under 18, you're just not allowed to get married. So they're trying so 18 would be the drop dead number period. Okay, And the numbers of you mentioned 13,000 child marriage is over the past few years in California. I mean, how old on average? Are these Children getting married? Well, that's the thing. They don't have a lot of this data, so they know that a lot of these, maybe as results of No child trafficking. There may be some cases where it's someone that's you know, maybe a 14 year old marrying a 17 year old to get parental consent. But she thinks with this data, and when they have those hard numbers, then they can make that strong case to say. Hey, look, this is how much this is happening and this is needs to be stopped. So they don't have those numbers because the courts currently don't have to report it was a fascinating topic. Aubrey really, really good work on that. Very interesting. Let's get outside and check traffic now, Brian Noble standing by with more. This report is run by Jews chain CIA, DOD or things pretty quiet getting around Sacramento getting a little busier. The super commuters headed west on I 80 onto the Bay Area, So if you are headed all the way to the Bay Bridge first slowdown doesn't happen until you're getting through Berkeley right around Ashby and they were seeing a little heavy traffic feet are no report of any incidents there from CHP. But nonetheless, there is a bit of a slowdown also little heavy traffic right at the merge. Getting onto the Bay Bridge is.

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"census bureau" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"census bureau" Discussed on WTOP

"Place this summer in July, spokesperson for the local Fire department says this morning the ones that oversee fundraising and care for the ponies. It was just not conducive to hold this win because of crowd restrictions that are currently in place. U S Census Bureau released the new figures this week on Monday detailing population increases across the region over the past decade perilous population grew by 7% 1 of its lowest increases ever while Virginia's population grew by almost 8%. You did this study growth. Neither state will see a change to There are a lot of number of congressional seats. In the meantime, double duty of his Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller says this morning disease population has skyrocketed over the last decade, growing a lot faster than the rest of the country Well, Virginia and Maryland basically tracked the overall 7% or so average for the nation. D C actually rose in population by nearly 15% over the past decade. Altogether of the U. S population rose just over 331 million, the slowest rate those still since the 19 thirties double duty GOP at 407 that Lee of the Black Man from Virginia, shot by a Spotsylvania County sheriff's deputy last week, demanding transparency from police After being given on Lee parts of the 911 call. I say Brown's family is pushing to get the entire exchange. I think we all kind of numb because like I said, this is This'd my brother, This is Uncle This is a son. This is a fiance, Isaiah Brown. Sister Yolanda Brown says her brother is in grave condition and they're struggling to make sense of why the deputy shot the 32 year old last Wednesday as he was on the phone with 911. Dispatch. We're laying he was not armed, rather holding a phone. Attorney David Haines says the surgeons pulled 10 bullets from Brown's body. It was a full 90 seconds before that, he said. He had no gun and he was unarmed. And so clearly the Cordless phone should have been identified is just that. The Cordless phone pain says they're filing a freedom of information request to hear the call between dispatch and the deputy who's recorded on his body camera discharging seven shots in Spotsylvania County, Meghan Cloherty, w T o p News said Tuesday morning. April 20 seven's 408 on your Tuesday morning thinking, whether all the AIDS and what it breaks good morning too rich. Hunter in the Double duty LP traffics in Good morning, Dean. They did find the crash.

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"census bureau" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

05:44 min | 2 years ago

"census bureau" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Continues to grow, the Census Bureau says the rate of growth has now slowed for five years in a row. Coming up in half an hour apartment rents are falling. But what about rents for single family homes? Steven back to you? Thanks Bill on right now Investing While you're still young, really young, all across the country. Millennial real estate investors are building up portfolio. It's big enough and lucrative enough. That they could all retire early. That is, if they ever retire at all. So right now, let's talk to a millennial investor about how to get started on that path. Joining us now is Kristin Smith. Real Tour with Dave Perry Miller and Associates in Dallas and 2016 30 under 30 honoree by N. A. Are Kristen. Welcome back to real estate today. Thank you so much. It's great to be back. We are delighted You're here. So, Kristin, as we know your goal was 20 by 40 20 investment properties By the time you turned 40 so How you doing? I'm doing great. I think I'm on track Last year. 2020 was a great year despite everything many opportunities were presented. And so how many properties do you have now? If of course, you know and actually is getting a little fuzzy. So I kind of know what you mean By that I was able To purchase quite a few this past year. And so I think I'm at about 17 or 18 right now. Okay, let's do the math. Your goal was 20 by 40. And now you have about 17. And if you don't mind me asking how old are you? I am 33. That's something I have trouble remembering for sure. So you're going to hit your goal weight before the age of 40? I think so. Oh, well, congratulations. I think that is just plain Awesome. Thank you. I really do appreciate that. It means a lot really credited to discipline more than anything, really the discipline to not spend your profits and to invest it into the next deal. That is great advice, and I'd like to get some more advice from you, Kristen. Especially for young people, or really people of any age who want to invest in real estate. Many people don't know how to get started. What would you tell them? I would be. The first thing to get started is to gather as much knowledge as you can. When I say gather knowledge that could be anything from reading recommended real estate books, tax books, getting in touch with the Realtor who will then put you in touch with the great Linder, who could explain the process in Help you draw up an actionable plan to actually achieve whatever your goals may be. I think that helps a lot because along your journey, you're gonna add several different Team members, such as other wonders, maybe hard money, lenders or portfolio lenders that will help you get to where you want to go and hard money lenders. We should explain to people who might not know Are lenders, but they're not traditional banks. They're not traditional credit unions correct. That is correct. It's typically private money. And so the interest rates are going to be a little bit higher 8 to 14%, and that could scare a lot of people, But you can kind of figure out if it still makes sense. I think there's several deals that still makes sense. Even with the hard money alone at 8 to 14%. Then comes the bigger question. Can I find a tenant? How do you do that, Kristin? Yes, you could absolutely find a tenant. Often times. You are to use a realtor to help find your investment properties. You can also use them to list your property for release as well. Which will get you the most exposure possible. The next thing down the road. What if I have a vacancy? Am I in big trouble? You know, that is a very good question. I think it's one that comes up very often. And I think it's something that is used almost as a fear tactic to keep people out of Purchasing rental properties just because you have a vacancy. It's not the end of the world. I tell people all the time you make just as much money in appreciation as you do, and red if you're buying in the right areas, So, Kristen one last question for you. You have been investing in real estate for years, and you're still very young. So the big question Why do you do it? I do it because I want financial freedom. It's not that I want to retire. It's that I want to be able to do what I want with my life when I want you. I don't think that there's anything that can replace the feeling of financial freedom and really being completely in charge of your schedule. Your life and No stress. I think that is really what drives me to do what I do Well, as they say, Get your advice from the people who are successful. That what you want to do? Which is why we turn to you again and again, Kristen, Thank you so much for joining us on the show today. Thank you so much for having me. I can't thank you enough for always having me on here. It's always a pleasure chatting with you, Stephen. You are so welcome. The pleasure is all ours. Kristin Smith Real tour with Dave Perry Miller and Associates in Dallas. And a 2016 30 under 30 honoree by and they are coming up on real estate today. How did successful real estate investors? Get started fixed it up myself. I read it it out, and that's when.

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"census bureau" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"census bureau" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Tells us things are changing for Asian actors, All that and more coming up on the art sour. Live from NPR News. I'm nor Rahm Retired General Lloyd Austin, who would be the first African American to lead the Pentagon appears before the Senate Armed Services Committee today for a confirmation hearing. Austin will need a waiver since he hasn't been retired for seven years as NPR's Tom Bowman reports he's been endorsed by 15 former senior Pentagon officials. Those endorsing Austin include officials who served in both Democratic and Republican administrations, such as President Obama's defense chief Leon Panetta, and James Roach, the Air Force secretary under President George W. Bush. Officials said. Austin is well versed on threats abroad as well as those at home, including quote the national security imperative of rooting out white supremacy from the force. Austin is a West Point graduate who spent most of his career focusing on the Middle East, serving on combat duty in Iraq and overseeing the region as the top officer. The Senate committee will likely focus on Austin's views about continued combat operations in Afghanistan and Iraq, as well as a security threat of a rising China. Tom Bowman. NPR NEWS Washington The Senate Finance Committee begins confirmation hearings this morning for Janet Yellen as Treasury secretary should be. The first woman in that job yelling was also the first woman to chair the Federal Reserve. The Trump appointed director of the U. S. Census Bureau, is stepping down early. NPR's Hanzee Lo Wang reports. The departure comes after whistleblowers warned the director tried to rush out a report about non citizens before the end of the Trump administration. Census Bureau director Stephen Dealing him says he's retiring on Wednesday, more than 11 months before his term expires at year's end. Last week, the beer's watchdog revealed that whistle blowers reported dealing him for trying to pressure civil servants into producing a technical report related to President Trump's executive order for citizenship data. Ah, career official of the bureau warned the report would be statistically indefensible. Willingham backed off after his directive became public. The Bears career deputy director Ron Jarmon, will fill in as acting director as agency continues preparing the 1st 2020 census results, which are expected in March. Fancy The Wang NPR NEWS NEW YORK Russian judge has ruled to keep Alexey Navalny in jail for 30 days following the arrest of the outspoken Kremlin critic and a Moscow airport Sunday. As NPR's Lucy and Kim reports from Moscow. Navalny was detained after arriving from Germany, where he was recovering from a poisoning he blames on President Vladimir Putin. The judge made the ruling after holding an improvised core proceeding in a police station outside Moscow. Volney, whom Amnesty International has designated a prisoner of conscience, appealed to supporters to take to the streets. The Kremlin has been cracking down on all dissent. Punishing simple forms of protest was stiff punishments. NPR's Lucy and Kim reporting from Moscow. You're listening to NPR news. Alberta's premier says he's deeply concerned by reports that President elect Biden plans to block the Keystone XL oil pipeline. NPR's Jeff Brady reports Premier Jason Kenny. Says the Canadian province may pursue legal action. The Alberta government invested a billion and a half dollars in the pipeline last year and agreed to six billion in loan guarantees this year. The pipeline is important to the province because it would transport oil sands crude down to the Gulf Coast, where it could be sold on the world market for higher prices, But that crude has a bigger carbon footprint than just about any other kind of oil. It requires more processing. Joe Biden will inter office with an ambitious climate plan, and he's vowed to block the pipeline. Premier Kinney says in a statement that Alberta will quote use all legal avenues available to protect its interest in the project. Jeff Brady. NPR NEWS President. Trump issued a proclamation last night that he's resending travel restrictions for people entering the country from the UK, Ireland and Brazil. They were imposed to help stop the spread of the Corona virus. The ban is to end January 26 6 days after Trump leaves office. The incoming Biden administration says it won't lift the restrictions since the pandemic is worsening. And there are more contagious variants emerging around the world. Biden arrives in Washington today for tomorrow's inauguration, He and Vice President elect Kamila Harris are to attend an event at the reflecting pool near the Lincoln Memorial. Remember those who died.

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

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:48 min | 2 years 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 WTOP

WTOP

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"census bureau" Discussed on WTOP

"Military plane activity increases due to troop transportation in and out of local air force bases and regional airports. National Guard spokesperson Major Matt Murphy from the Air Force told me they expect this to continue through the duration of the inauguration. Because of the needs of the requesting agency. He also said these aircraft, which include helicopters are being used for joint peace, transportation due to street closures and blockades, he says it's the most efficient means of transportation in and out of the area. K J green w T o p President elect bite and apparently will not be spending much time celebrating his inauguration after his address. Biden's first steps, who reportedly include the start of a 10 Day blitz of executive action on what is administration calls the four crises facing the country that would be covert 19 the economic downturn, racial injustice and climate change. In the memo obtained by NBC News, the president elect plans on rejoining the Paris climate change agreements reversing President Trump's travel ban on Several Muslim majority countries and extending of eviction and foreclosure restrictions. The U. S Census Bureau director resigned after coming under fire for last year's national Head count. US. Census Bureau director Stephen Dillingham says that he's stepping down this week as the Trump administration ends. Dealing him had been criticized for forcing statisticians too quickly produce citizenship data in response to an order from President Trump. The Census Bureau has missed its deadlines, and it's Still crunching the numbers for 2020 to determine the number of congressional seats for each state and the distribution of federal dollars. Last week, a watchdog agency said Dillingham it wrongly set a deadline. They're pressured workers to produce a report on the number of people in the U S illegally. Jackie Quinn, Washington Coming up after traffic and weather President Trump and the first lady are getting out of town on the morning of the inauguration of their successors. So who's going to greet the Bidens at the White House.

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"census bureau" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"census bureau" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Rostrup Capitol complex was briefly locked down today, dude what Capitol Police called an external security threat after a fire was reported several blocks away in a homeless encampment under a nearby bridge. The lockdown went into effect as rehearsal for President elect Joe Biden's Wednesday inauguration was underway. Forcing people to be evacuated from the capital's West front and back into the building out of an abundance of caution. Nearby. Reporters noted that smoke could be seen rising in the distance behind the Capitol. Law enforcement officials said that there was no threat to the public and the fire was not believed to be a threat to the inauguration. Local firefighters put out the blaze quickly. The evacuation of some participants and the lockdown were ordered by the acting chief of Capitol police and what officials call an abundance of caution. Bernie Bennett reporting insiders reporting Joe Biden plans to unveil Lee sweeping immigration bill on day one of his administration. It would provide an eight year path to citizenship for an estimated 11 million illegal aliens. Playing, however, does not include beefed up border security, which makes it passage in Congress in doubt. Senator Kamala Harris resigned her seat in the U. S Senate today so she can formally assumed the office of vice president on Wednesday. Senator Harris leaves a unique legacy behind as she steps into the role of U. S vice president, one of just three currently serving black senators. Harris has just the second ever black woman to serve in the upper Chamber of Congress. Should be replaced by California's secretary of state Alex Padilla, a choice praised by labor unions and Latino groups a disappointment, though, to some black organizations who wanted to see Harris replaced by another African American woman. Once sworn in on Wednesday, Harris will become the highest ranking elected woman in U. S history. But I've been reporting Steve Willingham says he will step down from his post as the head of U. S. Census Bureau. The day Joe.

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