New 2020 Census Deadline Now Oct. 15The U.S. Supreme Court put a halt to the census count Tuesday, which counts every person once every 10 years. The Census Bureau says more than 99.9% of housing units have been accounted for this year.
US Supreme Court Halts 2020 Census CountThe city of Los Angeles was part of a coalition of local governments and civil rights groups had sued the Trump administration, arguing that minorities and others in hard-to-count communities would be missed if the count ended early.
Judge Issues Preliminary Injunction Against Shortened Census TimelineLos Angeles and Los Angeles County are part of a national coalition that sued the administration last month over its last-minute decision to pack 8 ½ months of data collection for the Census into half the time.
City Of Los Angeles Falling Behind State, National 2020 Census Response RatesLos Angeles continues to fall behind the response rate for the rest of California and the U.S with a self-response rate at 56.6%.
California Sues Trump Administration Over Effort To Not Count Undocumented Immigrants As LA County Reports 58.8% Participation In 2020 CensusThe county says it is stepping up its census outreach campaign by placing posters and flyers at COVID-19 testing sites.
Ventura County Libraries Offers Computer Access To People Who Need To Complete 2020 CensusAnyone who would like to use a Ventura County library computer just to complete the census can call one of the 12 locations to make a one-hour appointment. Access will be restricted only to the official 2020 Census page, where users will be able to complete the nine-question survey.
Coronavirus: 2020 Census Field Operations Suspended 2 WeeksThe Census Bureau announced Wednesday it would suspend field operations until April 1 to protect the health of the public, its employees and prospective census takers.