New data from the 2020 U.S. census released April 26, 2021, indicates that starting in 2023 - after the next congressional elections - seven states will have fewer seats in Congress than they do now, and six will have more.
Colorado is poised to add a congressional seat for the next decade, the U.S. Census Bureau announced Monday.
The U.S. Census Bureau unveiled updated population counts for all 50 states Monday, shifting the fate of Congress and the Electoral College for the next decade.
Faced with ongoing state lockdowns and changing school restrictions last year, frustrated parents increasingly pulled their children out of public schools nationwide and found other educational options for their children, one of which was home-schooling.
Colorado's General Assembly leadership sent a letter to the state's Independent Redistricting Commission (IRC) on Monday urging it to "continue its work" despite an unfinished 2020 census.
November 19, U.S. Census Bureau Director Steve Dillingham announced that, "during post-collection processing, certain processing anomalies have been discovered" in the 2020 United States Census.
The census is coming, and seniors should remain vigilent for scams.
The U.S. Census Bureau is hoping that most people who live in the U.S. will use the internet to answer census questions, rather than filling out a paper form or providing those answers to a census taker in person.
In the United States, the population is counted every 10 years. Those numbers have dramactic influence on the country, politics, and finances.
Colorado's population has increased by nearly 15 percent over the past decade.