2020 Census Undercount Causes Criticism and Possible Lawsuits

Millions of Latinos, Blacks and Native Americans were undercounted in the 2020 census at a higher rate than 10 years ago. The undercount means these communities will receive less of the multibillion-dollar federal resources doled out annually. Citizens’ groups expressed their displeasure and are considering civil lawsuits or requesting adjustments to the undercount from the federal office. José López Zamorano brings us the details from Washington, DC.

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