NCRP calls on funders to support 2020 census
78 foundations have invested $30 million, but hundreds haven’t yet engaged.
DOJ: Commerce chief spoke with Bannon, Sessions about census citizenship question
The Department of Justice (DOJ) said in a new court filing Thursday that Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross talked with Stephen Bannon, then President Trump’s chief White House strategist, and Attorney General Jeff Sessions a
What’s next for House Speaker Crisanta Duran? A lot of public speaking and molding college minds.
The rising Democrat won't confirm which higher office she's most interested in pursuing.
Hudson clerk: County is ready for disasters, but more can be learned
E. Junior Maldonado attended conference in Miami to discuss with experts preparation for natural and man-made disasters
Council considers ways to boost U.S. Census participation in Bridgeport
BRIDGEPORT - City officials often promote "know your numbers" health campaigns that encourage residents to get blood sugar and pressure screenings.
That same slogan could be applied to a new 2020 U.S. Census push by City Council members and state Rep. Christopher Rosario. They want Bridgeport to be as prepared as possible to get an accurate count of residents - particularly immigrants who are suspicious of or fear Republican President Donald Trump's administration.
If Connecticut's largest city, on paper, loses residents because of a lack of participation in the census, it could have a major impact on Bridgeport's health in terms of cuts to federal aid and other services.
ESTHER J. CEPEDA: Democrats can't afford to keep taking Latinos for granted
It's that time of the year again, when Latinos suddenly transform, Cinderella-like, from an undereducated, downtrodden and problematic population into a