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Missouri Voters to Weigh Ban on Expanding Sales Tax to Services

Missouri Voters to Weigh Ban on Expanding Sales Tax to Services

Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon at the conclusion of the state’s legislative session in May, during which he warned of a shortfall in the state budget.
Hispanic Surnames on the Rise in U.S. as Immigration Surges

Hispanic Surnames on the Rise in U.S. as Immigration Surges

Newborns in a nursery. Hispanic surnames are gaining ground in the United States with Hispanic immigration and more Hispanic births.
Growth of U.S. Population Is at Slowest Pace Since 1937

Growth of U.S. Population Is at Slowest Pace Since 1937

People wait in lines to vote in West Valley City, Utah, the nation’s fastest-growing state between 2015 and 2016.
You again? Empty nests refill, marriages postponed, Census study finds

You again? Empty nests refill, marriages postponed, Census study finds

Empty nest no more. The post You again? Empty nests refill, marriages postponed, Census study finds appeared first on Hot Air.
Census Director to Resign Amid Worries Over 2020 Head Count

Census Director to Resign Amid Worries Over 2020 Head Count

John H. Thompson had served at the Census Bureau since 1975.
Right and Left: Partisan Writing You Shouldn’t Miss

Right and Left: Partisan Writing You Shouldn’t Miss

Donald J. Trump and President Barack Obama in the Oval Office a few days after Mr. Trump’s election victory in November.
raceAhead: Census, You In Danger Girl (And So Are We)

raceAhead: Census, You In Danger Girl (And So Are We)

The bureau is underfunded and rolling back plans ahead of its 2020 nationwide survey.
Median U.S. Household Income Up for 2nd Straight Year

Median U.S. Household Income Up for 2nd Straight Year

The South Side neighborhood of Columbus, Ohio. The median household income was $59,000 in 2016, an increase of 3.2 percent.
Median U.S. Household Income Up for 2nd Straight Year

Median U.S. Household Income Up for 2nd Straight Year

The South Side neighborhood of Columbus, Ohio. The median household income was $59,000 in 2016, an increase of 3.2 percent.
Bump in U.S. Incomes Doesn’t Erase 50 Years of Pain

Bump in U.S. Incomes Doesn’t Erase 50 Years of Pain

A Ford assembly line in Wayne, Mich., in 1963. Until the late 1960s, men turning 25 in any given year wound up with a higher lifetime income than older men, but that trend has reversed.
Bump in U.S. Incomes Doesn’t Erase 50 Years of Pain

Bump in U.S. Incomes Doesn’t Erase 50 Years of Pain

A Ford assembly line in Wayne, Mich., in 1963. Until the late 1960s, men turning 25 in any given year wound up with a higher lifetime income than older men, but that trend has reversed.
A Start-Up Slump Is a Drag on the Economy. Big Business May Be to Blame.

A Start-Up Slump Is a Drag on the Economy. Big Business May Be to Blame.

The San Francisco office of Rhumbix, a construction technology start-up.
With 2020 Census Looming, Worries About Fairness and Accuracy

With 2020 Census Looming, Worries About Fairness and Accuracy

Census data dictate the distribution of over $600 billion in yearly grants and subsidies to state and local governments.
With 2020 Census Looming, Worries About Fairness and Accuracy

With 2020 Census Looming, Worries About Fairness and Accuracy

Census data dictate the distribution of over $600 billion in yearly grants and subsidies to state and local governments.
California May Already Be in Recession

California May Already Be in Recession

The Trump tax cut may not save the California economy that may already be in recession.
Report: DOJ Pushing Census Bureau to Add Citizenship Question to 2020 Forms

Report: DOJ Pushing Census Bureau to Add Citizenship Question to 2020 Forms

The Department of Justice (DOJ) is trying to convince the Census Bureau to add a question about citizenship status to 2020 census forms, according to a DOJ letter released Friday.
Critics Say Questions About Citizenship Could Wreck Chances for an Accurate Census

Critics Say Questions About Citizenship Could Wreck Chances for an Accurate Census

A naturalization ceremony in Tampa, Fla., last month. The government has sought to count everyone living in the United States, legally and otherwise, since the first census in 1790.
Critics Say Questions About Citizenship Could Wreck Chances for an Accurate Census

Critics Say Questions About Citizenship Could Wreck Chances for an Accurate Census

A naturalization ceremony in Tampa, Fla., last month. The government has sought to count everyone living in the United States, legally and otherwise, since the first census in 1790.
Trump’s 2020 Census May Cost California Congressional Seat by Counting Citizens

Trump’s 2020 Census May Cost California Congressional Seat by Counting Citizens

Democrats fear the Trump Administration’s re-reinstatement of citizenship questions on the 2020 U.S. Census will cost California a Congressional seat and billions in funding.