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Census 2010: What Happens Next?

Posted on · Phase one of the U.S. Census is over — which means if you didn't mail your form in last week you can expect a knock on the door from a Census taker some time soon. Laurie Johnson has more.

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National Census Day

Posted on · Today is National Census Day. It's supposed to be the last day to get your forms in, although you can still put it in the mail. Today volunteers with the Houston Housing Authority went door to door to spread the word. Bill Stamps has more.

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Stumped by the Question on Race

Posted on · Days before the U.S. Census forms are due, some residents in Houston are still trying to decide how to answer some of the questions. Still, census officials anticipate a surge after Thursday's deadline to mail back the questionnaires. Pat Hernandez has more.

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A Congresswomen’s Census Plea

Posted on · A local congresswoman is urging Houstonians to fill out their census and mail it in. Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee says some of the people who stand to benefit the most from the census are the ones who aren't turning them in. Bill Stamps has more.

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Houston Census Numbers Low

Posted on · A week after the Census Bureau mailed the 2010 forms to Houston residents, the local return rate is lagging behind the national rate. Elected officials are stressing the importance of a fair and accurate census count. Pat Hernandez has more.

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Census: So Easy Everyone Can Do It

Posted on · By now most people should have received their census form in the mail. In the past, the form was longer and more detailed, but this time they've made it shorter and simpler to be sure that everyone is counted. For this report, Bill Stamps filled out his census and tells us what to expect.

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As Census Forms Arrive, Officials Warn of Possible Scams

Posted on · Questionnaires for the 2010 Census should be everyone's mailboxes by the end of this week. Census officials are warning people to not be fooled by scammers who will try to take advantage of the "once-a-decade" head count to steal personal information. David Pitman reports.