After budget whiff, census advocates again pitch state funding to Senate Republicans
During a Monday hearing, experts described the potential costs of an undercount of Pennsylvania's estimated 12.8 million residents.
How a Census citizenship question could reshape state-level politics | Wednesday Morning Coffee
In case there was any doubt: A gaffe is when a politician inadvertently tells the truth.
Census 2020: Why some Pa. lawmakers say the state’s inmates should be counted at home, rather than in prison
In the lead up to 2020 census, General Assembly lawmakers have their eyes on a small but potentially important change to state law — counting incarcerated people at their homes, not at the prisons where they're serving their time.
Gov. Wolf backs proposal to spend public dollars for 2020 census outreach
"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.
High stakes for Pa. as Supreme Court grapples with census citizenship question
The high court's eventual decision could have significant consequences for Pennsylvania’s federal funding and political representation.