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February 22, 2021
Latinos see jump in college degrees, but gap widens, census shows The share of U.S. Latinos 25 and older with at least a bachelor’s degree grew 30 percent over 15 years, but the jump wasn’t enough to close the gap with white, Asian American and Black degree holders.In fact, because of increases in degree holders...
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Census delays are scrambling the once-in-a-decade redistricting that will shape the 2022 midterms The COVID-19 pandemic’s deleterious impact on the 2020 Census is continuing to bleed over into 2021, and may narrow the chances for Democrats to hang onto their slim House majority. The tumultuous run-up to the 2020 election sent states scrambling to adjust their...
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Lawmakers kill bill calling for transparency in redistricting commission The Virginia Senate killed a House proposal to expand access to the commonwealth’s new redistricting commission and help make the process more transparent and democratic. Anya Sczerzenie |February 22, 2021
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