Census experts make $2B ask for census data infrastructure improvements

BY: - May 4, 2021

In a letter to the chairs and ranking members of House and Senate Appropriations committees, The Census Project, a national coalition of 55 organizations, including the advocacy group, Pennsylvania Partnerships for Children, asked Congressional leaders to allocate $2 billion in funding for the Bureau in its 2022 Fiscal Year appropriations.

Gov. Wolf backs proposal to spend public dollars for 2020 census outreach

BY: - May 20, 2019

"A dollar per person will really help us take that first step forward and make sure we have an accurate census," a commission member said.

Wolf cabinet secretaries make the financial case for not ignoring the 2020 Census

BY: - April 1, 2019

One year before the next U.S. Census officially kicks off, a handful of Gov. Tom Wolf’s cabinet secretaries gathered in the Capitol on Monday to make the financial case for participating. “It isn’t a Republican issue. It’s isn’t a Democrat issue,” Rick Vilello, Department of Community and Economic Development deputy secretary for community affairs, said. […]