Hansi Lo Wang

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Court Orders Census Counting To Continue Through Oct. 31; Appeal Expected

Thursday, September 24, 2020

After the Trump administration made last-minute changes that shortened the 2020 census schedule, a federal judge in California has ordered it to extend counting for another month.


Census Could Look 'Manipulated' If Cut Short By Trump Officials, Bureau Warned

Sunday, September 20, 2020

Curtailing the time for conducting the census in the middle of a pandemic will lead to "fatal data quality flaws that are unacceptable," Census Bureau career officials warned in an internal document.


How Trump Officials Cut The 2020 Census Short Amid The Pandemic

Friday, September 18, 2020

Because of COVID-19, the Trump administration said it needed more time to make sure the national head count is complete and accurate. But in July, it abruptly decided to end counting a month early.


Federal Judge Extends Order Stopping Census From Ending Early

Friday, September 18, 2020

The Trump administration has been planning to stop the census count at the end of this month. But a federal judge in California has just ordered those plans to be put on pause for another week.


Court Order Keeps Census In Limbo As Counting End Date Looms

Thursday, September 17, 2020

After the Trump administration missed a filing deadline for court documents, a judge has ordered the wrap-up of the census to remain on hold, throwing door-knocking efforts further into uncertainty.


Trump Administration Appeals To Supreme Court Over Blocked Census Memo

Wednesday, September 16, 2020

The administration is trying to overturn a court ruling in New York that blocks it from trying to omit unauthorized immigrants from the census numbers used to reallocate seats in Congress.


Bipartisan Senate Push To Extend Census Begins Weeks Before Count Is Set To End

Tuesday, September 15, 2020

A bipartisan Senate bill could solve a scheduling conundrum that is putting the national count, along with the distribution of federal funding and political representation, in serious jeopardy.


Court Blocks Trump's Attempt To Change Who Counts For Allocating House Seats

Thursday, September 10, 2020

The Constitution says that count must include every person living in the U.S. A three-judge court in New York has ruled to block the Trump administration's attempt to exclude unauthorized immigrants.


Census Work Has Been Winding Down, But A Judge Says It Needs To Press On For Now

Saturday, September 05, 2020

A federal judge in California has ordered the Trump administration to temporarily stop wrapping up in-person counting efforts for the 2020 census, as civil rights groups push for more time.


Federal Court Question Trump's Plan To Exclude Undocumented Immigrants From A Key Census Count

Thursday, September 03, 2020

A panel of federal judges aggressively questioned the Trump administration about its plan to exclude undocumented immigrants from the Census tally used to determine congressional seats.


Leak Reveals Warnings Inside Census That Shortened Schedule Risks 'Serious Errors'

Wednesday, September 02, 2020

The shortened schedule for the 2020 census increases the risk of significantly decreasing data quality, according to an internal Census Bureau document obtained by the House Oversight Committee.


Census Door Knocking In Some Areas To End Even Earlier Than Expected

Tuesday, September 01, 2020

The Census Bureau confirms San Diego is among the areas where in-person counting for the 2020 census will end as early as Sept. 18, almost two weeks before the expedited end date of Sept. 30.


Running Out Of Time, Census Scales Back A Critical Step: Checking Its Own Work

Saturday, August 29, 2020

With just three months to review the 2020 census results because of a last-minute change by the Trump administration, Census Bureau officials are scrambling to decide what quality checks to toss out.


Mail Delays Could Hurt The Census, Too

Thursday, August 20, 2020

After Oct. 7, the Census Bureau will stop accepting paper 2020 census forms postmarked by Sept. 30, NPR has learned. Some worry mail delays could harm the accuracy of census data about rural areas.


Amid Partisan Concerns, Another Trump Appointee Joins Census Bureau's Top Ranks

Monday, August 17, 2020

The third political appointment at the bureau in less than two months comes amid growing concerns about the Trump administration interfering with the 2020 census to benefit Republicans.


Census Bureau Sends Out Workers To Households That Haven't Filled Out Forms

Tuesday, August 11, 2020

The Census Bureau said it started sending out workers to knock on doors nationwide this week to visit households that have not filled out census forms. Workers face a time crunch to finish the count.


'Not Enough Time': Census Workers Fear Rushing Count Could Botch Results

Tuesday, August 11, 2020

Already hampered by the coronavirus, Census Bureau workers are now scrambling to visit households that haven't filled out a 2020 census form, trying to finish a count that's been cut short by a month.


Census Cuts All Counting Efforts Short By A Month

Monday, August 03, 2020

Under pressure to meet legal deadlines that Congress hasn't changed despite pandemic-related delays, the Census Bureau announced a new end date after NPR reported that door knocking will be cut short.


Census Door Knocking Cut A Month Short Amid Pressure To Finish Count

Thursday, July 30, 2020

NPR has confirmed the Census Bureau will end door knocking at unresponsive homes on Sept. 30, amid growing concerns the White House is pressuring the bureau to stop counting soon for political gain.


Republicans Signal They're Willing To Cut Census Counting Short

Tuesday, July 28, 2020

Because of COVID-19, the Census Bureau says it can no longer deliver 2020 census results by the legal deadlines and needs extensions. So far, only Democrats have shown support for that request.