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Name Kenneth Prewitt to Census Bureau

La Opinion, Posted: Jan 12, 2009

LOS ANGELES -- The 2010 national Census is just around the corner and its results will affect political representation and allocation of federal funds for many years to come. Undercounting tends to affect minorities the most, according to an editorial in La Opinion, so it is crucial that the next head of the Census Bureau be up to the job. No one has yet been appointed, which is a concern, but La Opinion supports former bureau director Kenneth Prewitt for the job because of his expertise and past experience.


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