The 2020 Census Deadline Extensions Act has been introduced in both the Senate and House. This critical bill would extend the two key statutory deadlines for the 2020 Census by four months and require the Census Bureau to continue field operations through October 31, 2020.
The current health crisis has disrupted and delayed the counting of every person in the country for our 2020 Census. This is the 24th time we have conducted this Constitutional mandate since 1790, through wars and recessions and natural disasters, and we’ve never skipped it or shortchanged our mission.
America will have to live with the results from the 2020 Census for the next ten years and we only get one chance to make sure every single person is counted. The 2020 Census cannot be rushed. We need more time to ensure a fair, accurate and accessible count. It’s up to us to demand the complete, fair and accurate count our communities deserve.
Push back the legal deadlines for reporting the census results, as the top Census Bureau career experts recommended and the Administration requested in April.
Save the 2020 Census
Tell Congress to push back the legal deadlines for reporting the census results, as the top Census Bureau career experts recommended and the Administration requested in April. Now it’s up to us to demand the complete, fair and accurate count our communities deserve.
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