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Census counting will continue through Oct. 31

On Sep 25, 2020
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UPDATE: The nationwide count continue through Oct. 31, a reversal of the Trump administration's recently truncated timeline. https://t.co/4sHzWVAN05
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A federal court order will require the Trump administration to reverse course on its decision to end the count on Sept. 30, a month earlier than planned.

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UPDATE: The nationwide count continue through Oct. 31, a reversal of the Trump administration's recently truncated timeline. https://t.co/4sHzWVAN05
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Census counting will continue through Oct. 31

Census counting will continue through Oct. 31

A federal court order will require the Trump administration to reverse course on its decision to end the count on Sept. 30, a month earlier than planned.

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