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2010 Census

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Top 2010 Census Articles

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  • Latino aldermen press for ward remap deal

    Latino aldermen press for ward remap deal
    Members of the City Council's Latino Caucus today say they will submit their own plan to redraw Chicago's wards Thursday if last-ditch negotiations fail to achieve a compromise agreeable to them and groups of white and African-American aldermen. After...
  • 'Long shot' chance proves lifesaving

    La Misión is a small, coastal Baja town. Well, actually, in reality three small communities make up the larger area called La Misión, population 920, according to the 2010 census. Most of the roads are dirt. There isn't a single stoplight, though there...
  • Texas federal court settles redistricting map case, but fighting continues

    Texas federal court settles redistricting map case, but fighting continues
    Redrawing Congressional voting district maps is never easy. But in Texas, in the midst of this election year, the already contentious process has been made even more volatile with its mix of race and politics. When 2010 Census numbers showed that Texas's...
  • Glendale's population ranking to drop a notch

    Glendale's population ranking to drop a notch
    Move over Glendale — Santa Clarita is set to take over the title of third most populous city in Los Angeles County. On Wednesday, a county commission in charge of annexing unincorporated land approved adding seven more communities to Santa...
  • Fortunately For Me, Old Is The New Young

    There are now more people age 65 and over in the United States than ever before, and this group is increasing at a faster rate (10,000 per day) than the general population. The only state that showed a decline in the 65-and-older demographic was Rhode...
  • School Scraps 'Cougars' Mascot After Called Derogatory

    School Scraps 'Cougars' Mascot After Called Derogatory
    DRAPER, Utah -- It's tough to pick a mascot these days. Over the past few years we've seen several instances of schools being pressured to change their mascots because of cultural sensitives like Miami University of Ohio having to go through a 25-year...
  • Legislature approves legislative, congressional redistricting plan

    Legislature approves legislative, congressional redistricting plan
    The state Senate voted 44-4 Wednesday to give final approval to the state Redistricting Commission's map for new legislative and congressional districts for the next 10 years.  The biggest change is creation of a first-ever 10th Congressional District...
  • Connecticut listed as worst place to retire... or maybe not. Can we be the worst and be happy about it?

    Connecticut listed as worst place to retire... or maybe not. Can we be the worst and be happy about it?
    Here we go again: poor old Connecticut has just been chosen as the worst state in the nation to retire in for 2012, worse than Illinois, Rhode Island, Vermont, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Minnesota, New York, Maine and Wisconsin. But maybe we should...
  • Michigan's population exodus shifts into reverse

    Michigan's population exodus shifts into reverse
    The state that lost population during the 2010 census results may be stopping that trend. New numbers from the annual population census show fewer people appear to be leaving Michigan. Experts credit an improving economy which means more jobs. For about...
  • Governor Supports Wage Fairness on "Equal Pay Day"

    Governor Supports Wage Fairness on "Equal Pay Day"
    Gov. Rick Snyder issued the following statement Tuesday in observance of "Equal Pay Day," which raises public awareness of the wage gap between men and women. In the statement, Gov. Snyder says, "Equal pay for women is a must if we are to achieve true...
  • Glendale sees rise in Filipino population

    Glendale sees rise in Filipino population
    They do things “Filipino-style” at Holy Family Catholic Church. They call Mary by her Filipino name — Our Lady of Perpetual Help — and have a Filipino choir. Seventy percent of the parish's population is Filipino. And it's growing...
  • Gov. Corbett Expected to Sign Redistricting Bill

    Gov. Corbett Expected to Sign Redistricting Bill
    Governor Tom Corbett is expected to sign a congressional redistricting bill into law Thursday, less than two weeks after it was made public. The bill was written after Pennsylvania lost a seat in Congress during the 2010 census report, forcing the...