San Antonio City Council members will participate in awareness efforts to make sure Bexar County residents are counted in the 2020 U.S. Census.
In 2010, hundreds of thousands of Texans were not counted in the decennial census. Officials are working to ensure everyone is counted in 2020.
Three local Census Bureau Area Offices are hiring hundreds of temporary office and field workers in preparation for the 2020 census.
The U.S. Supreme Court issued two anxiously awaited rulings that could have particularly high impacts on Texas and San Antonio.
While a census citizenship question was temporarily blocked, a federal judge will consider whether the Trump administration’s motives were discriminatory.
One year before the 2020 census, Bexar County and the City of San Antonio launched their efforts to educate the public about the upcoming headcount.
The Justice Department asked a judge to dismiss a lawsuit to block a citizenship question from appearing on the 2020 census questionnaire.
Federal changes to funding, staffing, and administration of the 2020 Census has led cities like San Antonio to take counting marginalized populations into their own hands.
Dozens of attendees at the NAACP convention Monday attended legal education sessions on voting rights litigation and the 2020 Census.
San Antonio may be at risk for an undercount in the 2020 decennial census, an analysis by the Rivard Report found.