States Could Lose $1,400 Per Person Missed in 2010 Census Count
The U.S. Census Bureau is pushing residents to mail Census 2010 forms back ahead of the April 1 deadline. States could stand to lose an average of $1,400 for each person not counted and taxpayers could lose $1.5 billion in costs associated with tracking down those who fail to send in the forms by mail. Continue reading States Could Lose $1,400 Per Person Missed in 2010 Census Count States Could Lose $1,400 Per Person Missed in 2010 Census Count originally appeared on DailyFinance on Mon, 29 Mar 2010 15:25:00. Filed Under: Economy Permalink | Tweet this! | Comments
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