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2020 Census-takers address the growing concern of uncounted kids An estimated...

In theory, the Constitution requires every man, woman and child to be counted every 10 years. In practice, the 2010 Census saw about a...

But can’t the non-citizens work in the uranium mill?

The same Montrose County board of commissioners that recently kicked off a uranium mill hearing with the Pledge of Allegiance and then stood on...

Census Bureau to woo wary Latinos with song

In light of generalized fear of census authorities on the part of Latinos and a proposed Latino boycott of the 2010 census, the U.S....

Colorado Latino leaders work to derail proposed census boycott

As a proposed national Latino census boycott receives increased media attention, many Latino and immigrant organizations in Colorado say they’re thankful the movement hasn't taken hold so far in the Centennial State. “We’re hoping it doesn’t become a huge issue here,” said Chandra Russo spokeswoman for the Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition. “Latinos gain strength in numbers. Diminish the numbers and you diminish the influence and power of Latinos. Only uninformed people would propose something of this nature. They’re not aware of the damage they might do.”
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