The 2020 Census will determine whether Colorado gets billions more in federal funding and — potentially — an eighth congressional seat. It’s also critical for collecting data for planning and policymaking. The nationwide count of population and households — taken every 10 years in the U.S. and its territories as required by the U.S. Constitution […]
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