By Mike Cazalas News Herald Editor Source: NWDailyNews.com People matter in a number of ways, including in terms of federal funding. If we are counting on receiving proper funding, then, we better make sure we count every person living here because if you come up on short on your count, that’s what the funding will reflect.
Source: StAugustine.com People matter in a number of ways, including in terms of federal funding. If we are counting on receiving proper funding, then, we better make sure we count every person living here because if you come up on short on your count, that’s what the funding will reflect. People matter in a
Palm Beach Post: “Editorial: Too many Floridians went uncounted in the 2010 census. We can’t let it happen again.”
Source: Palm Beach Post Palm Beach County stands to lose hundreds of millions of dollars in federal money if the count falls short in the 2020 Census. We must not allow that to happen. One and a half billion dollars is an awful lot of money to lose. That’s been the astounding loss to Palm
Source: Orlando Sentinel When a pile of money and political power are on the table, you'd think a state would do all it could to get what it deserves. If Florida comes to mind, think again. The 2020 Census is looming, and the state appears poised to let billions of dollars slip through its fingers.
Miami Herald: “When you participate in the census, you help the entire community. We’re here to help.”
Source: Miami Herald Greater Miami has a lot at stake in next year’s U.S. Census count. The Children’s Trust, Health Foundation of South Florida, The Miami Foundation and others have joined forces to focus Miami’s attention on why the 2020 Census matters for our community, and we need your help. The census counts each person in
TampaBay.com: “Census is yet another worry for Florida Panhandle after Hurricane Michael, Tampa Bay Times.”
Source: TampaBay.com MEXICO BEACH — In the places where Hurricane Michael hit hardest last year, officials have a new worry over the 2020 U.S. Census, which they say could record their population as unusually low, skewing federal funding and political representation for up to a decade. Cities and counties in the storm’s path have suffered
Source: Miami Herald The U.S. Census Bureau was created with a ministerial mission in mind: Count every single person living in the United States each decade, regardless of age, legal status or race. On April 1, 2020, every household across our nation will receive a survey about the residents in their home. The Constitution requires