The coronavirus pandemic hasn't stopped the 2020 Census count efforts. To the contrary, advocates are citing the fight against COVID-19 as another reason to fill out the form.
Michigan could lose federal funding. A congressional seat. Services for children, people of color and immigrants. Those are among the things at risk if any state residents are missed in the 2020 ...
The 2020 Census is gearing up to launch the new online option for people to fill out the questionnaire with high hopes of self-reporting.
As the 2020 census approaches, state and local officials had a message for Michigan residents on Monday: "Be counted."
The census helps determine everything from federal funding to congressional seats and Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel and a host of others were in Pontiac on Monday working to get the word out. ...
The push is on for Michigan to stand up and be counted in the 2020 census.
The Michigan 2020 Census “Be Counted” Campaign has kicked off its statewide town hall tour with a stop in Oakland County. At a Pontiac church, Attorney General Dana Nessel says participation ...
State officials are working to stress the importance of taking part in the census this year.
Michigan Census 2020 Executive Director Kerry Ebersole Singh explains the critical impact the 2020 Census will have for Michiganders.
Kentwood resident Sagar Dangal is working within the Bhutanese community to build a bridge of understanding about the U.S. Census and its importance.