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Census Director Resigns Amid Budget Crunch That Could Harm Communities of Color

The director of the US Census Bureau announced Tuesday that he would resign. The announcement comes amid widespread concerns over the agency's budget for its decennial 2020 population-counting mission, raising fears among civil rights leaders, who say census data is a crucial tool for ensuring people of color and other marginalized groups receive their fair share of electoral representation and government resources.  Read more.

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