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At Philly 2020 census summit, neighborhood leaders train to be ‘trusted messengers’

With less than five months left until Census Day on April 1, Philly Counts’ leadership summit focused on what census engagement should look like on a neighborhood-by-neighborhood level.

By Emily Scott/WHYY

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Pennsylvania puts $4 million into effort to aid census count

Gov. Wolf has said Pennsylvania would lose almost $2,100 a year in federal aid for each person who isn't counted.
By The Associated Press

“It’s a fine target”: Census Bureau to fight misinformation

The stakes are huge. Who participates in the 2020 census count could influence how U.S. congressional seats and billions of federal tax dollars to educate children, help low-income families and pave new roads are divvied up.

By The Associated Press

Pennsylvania won’t give driver’s license records to Census

Pennsylvania’s transportation secretary is telling the U.S. Census Bureau that her agency won’t provide driver’s license records as part of a Trump administration effort to gather citizenship information.

By The Associated Press

PennDOT reviewing Trump administration request for driver’s license data

The Census Bureau’s request follows a U.S. Supreme Court decision that prohibited the 2020 Census from including a formal citizenship question.

By Lucy Perkins/WESA

2 out of 5 Asian Pacific American households in Pa. risk going uncounted in census

Roughly 40% of Pennsylvania’s Asian American and Pacific Islander community is at risk of going uncounted in the 2020 census, according to Governor Wolf’s Advisory Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs.

By Emily Scott/WHYY
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