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"The spirit of the census is that no one should go uncounted and no one should be invisible," Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) said.
Experts already concerned about census response rates say the query would cause even fewer people to respond.
Access to insurance allows young adults to better plan when to marry and when to have children.
I am sure that this angers many of my fellow Cuban-Americans to the core.
Had Jesus been born in a hospital, his blood and DNA would have been taken and entered into a government biobank without
A win for conservatives may turn on a federal survey they tried to eliminate.
The California Republican apparently thought better of proceeding with a census bill on Wednesday that had been panned as
Census advocates organized by The Census Project were developing a letter opposing the measure they planned to send Monday
For almost three decades, population experts have pointed to the US Census data and other federal sources of information about divorce and concluded that the divorce rate peaked in the late 1970s and has been declining since then. This seems to be wrong.
The primary motivation for the bill appears to be striking down the ACS, which Duncan spokesman Allen Klump said had been
The 1976 law reads: "This bill seeks to protect citizens and addresses concerns about the level of personal information collected
The Baby Boom generation has had a large effect on demographic trends over the past 50 years. Now that this generation is mostly over 50 years of age, it is interesting to look at what has been happening with regards to their divorce rate in middle age.
Sen. Rand Paul wants to limit government and get us to take more responsibility for ourselves. If you live in a neighborhood with many vulnerable older people, will you or the local churches or synagogues step into the caregiving role?
Michael McAuliff covers politics and Congress for The Huffington Post. Talk to him on Facebook. "When we have gone into Senate
It's Public Policy 101: before you step, you should look. Before charting a course and spending money, lawmakers should get the information they need to make the best decision.
Michael McAuliff covers politics and Congress for The Huffington Post. Talk to him on Facebook. Webster's office did not