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The deadline to fill out the U.S. Census is Sep. 30, but much of New York’s population remains uncounted – particularly its low-income neighborhoods. According to the CUNY Mapping Service’s Census Tracking Project, the statewide response rate is 61 percent, compared to the national average of 64.9 percent – as of Aug.
WASHINGTON — President Trump broke the law with multiple portions of his White House-based Republican convention, Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.) and other top members of the House Oversight Committee alleged Thursday in a formal complaint to the federal government’s ethics watchdog.
The Census Bureau is concerned about errors and inaccuracies threatening its decennial count, according to an internal document made available by House Democrats, as the agency attempts to complete its work under a compressed time frame.
To meet an end-of-the-year deadline, some steps in the numbers-crunching phase of the 2020 census will need to be cut and that could increase the risk for errors, according to an internal U.S. Census Bureau document made public Wednesday by House Democrats.
A Census Bureau analysis has concluded that its curtailed schedule for the 2020 census increases the risk of "serious errors" in the results for the national head count, according to an internal bureau document obtained by the House Oversight and Reform Committee.
House Oversight and Reform Committee Democrats are planning to subpoena drug manufacturer AbbVie for documents related to two of its most popular products as part of the panel's investigation into rising drug prices.
Representative Carolyn B. Maloney, Democrat of New York and the chairwoman of the House Oversight Committee, said Monday that she would subpoena Louis DeJoy, the postmaster general, for documents she said he had withheld from Congress related to mail delays and communications with the Trump campaign.
House Oversight and Reform Chairwoman Carolyn B. Maloney announced Monday she will subpoena Postmaster General Louis DeJoy to get documents that were to be provided last week regarding a slowdown in mail delivery.
The announcement came a week after DeJoy testified before the committee that delivery times were improving after disruptions caused by temporary restructuring.
House Oversight and Reform Committee Chairwoman Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.) on Monday announced her plans to subpoena Postmaster General Louis DeJoy for documents related to recent reforms to the U.S. Postal Service that have raised concerns nationwide.
WASHINGTON—The House Oversight Committee announced plans to subpoena Postmaster General Louis DeJoy for documents related to mail delays, even as the U.S. Postal Service committed to providing weekly status updates on service levels.