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Live coverage of former Census director on crucial issues surrounding Census 2020. TODAY 2 pm.

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03/19/2018

The upcoming Census will help shape how more than $6 trillion of federal resources are allocated for the decade that follows. How will this Census be different than in the past? How ready and adequately funded are we to have a fair count? What are the potential repercussions if we’re not? Hear from the last permanent Census director – John Thompson, who resigned in June of 2017 and has yet to be replaced – and other experts about what’s amiss and what’s at stake as we approach the 2020 Census.

Monday, March 19. 2-3:15 pm. Georgetown Law Center.

Moderated by JP De Witt, the presentation will be available on Facebook Live and C-SPAN.

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