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The Constitution requires us to count every resident of the United States once a decade since 1790. The census shapes how political power and federal tax dollars are shared in the U.S. over each decade. It determines the number of congressional seats and Electoral College votes each state gets and guides how an estimated $880 billion a year in federal funding is distributed for schools, roads and other public services in local communities.

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Click on the attachment link to see the article published to the digital edition of the Encinitas Advocate.

How to address the City Council at a Meeting
Press Mention

During normal times, a member of the public who is concerned about a matter coming before a governing board, such as a city council or a school board, can write an email or a letter or phone in a message about her concern. Or, if she chooses to do, she can attend the meeting when the topic is being discussed and express her concerns and thoughts directly to the board before the board takes any votes on the topic.

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The model is simple; a time of crisis is a time of change." Said Interfaith Community Services CEO Greg Anglea during a press conference held by Supervisor Fletcher on Monday March 25th.

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The Fight for Democracy

redistricting deadlines extended in California
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California is the first state to extend redistricting deadlines due to the Census Bureau delay.

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We joined many organizations and allies in calling on the first 8 commissioners to address this dramatic and unacceptable underrepresentation when they select the next 6 commissioners. All communities must see themselves in this Commission.

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The California Racial Justice Act will prohibit the use of race, ethnicity or national origin to seek or obtain convictions or sentences