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On Apr. 1, the U.S. government began conducting the census. (credit: Chip Comodevilla/Getty Images)

Md. Agencies Release Precinct Population Counts

Maryland agencies have released a report on precinct population counts for redistricting and reapportionment.

05/03/2011

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Black Population In D.C. Down To 50 Percent

The nation’s capital is on the brink of losing its black majority for the first time in 60 years, according to Census data released Thursday.

03/24/2011

On Apr. 1, the U.S. government began conducting the census. (credit: Chip Comodevilla/Getty Images)

W.Va. Census: Morgantown Gains, Other Cities Drop

West Virginia’s largest county and city both lost population over the previous decade while its Eastern Panhandle saw growth, according to figures released Wednesday from the 2010 Census.

03/23/2011

On Apr. 1, the U.S. government began conducting the census. (credit: Chip Comodevilla/Getty Images)

Census: 6% Of Frederick County Houses Vacant

Census figures show nearly 6 percent of the homes in Frederick County were vacant when the census was taken last April.

02/27/2011

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No Shutdown During A ‘Government Shutdown’

Social Security checks would still go out. Troops would remain at their posts. Furloughed federal workers probably would get paid, though not until later. And virtually every essential government agency, like the FBI, the Border Patrol and the Coast Guard, would remain open.

02/25/2011

On Apr. 1, the U.S. government began conducting the census. (credit: Chip Comodevilla/Getty Images)

Census Shows Growth In Md.’s Hispanic Population

The Census Bureau says suburban Maryland counties had the biggest population growth over the last decade, and Hispanic residents represent the largest increase, becoming 8.2 percent of the state’s population.

02/09/2011

On Apr. 1, the U.S. government began conducting the census. (credit: Chip Comodevilla/Getty Images)

Md. Law Will Delay Census Numbers To Redistrict

A new Maryland law that counts prison inmates as residents of where they last lived will delay when lawmakers will see updated census numbers for the purpose of redrawing legislative districts, Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller said Friday.

02/04/2011

On Apr. 1, the U.S. government began conducting the census. (credit: Chip Comodevilla/Getty Images)

Md. Law Will Delay Census Numbers To Redistrict

A new Maryland law that counts prison inmates as residents of where they last lived will delay when lawmakers will see updated census numbers for the purpose of redrawing legislative districts, Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller said Friday.

02/04/2011

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Md. To Receive Redistricting Data Next Week

Maryland will receive the detailed Census data that’s used to redraw congressional district boundaries next week.

02/03/2011

On Apr. 1, the U.S. government began conducting the census. (credit: Chip Comodevilla/Getty Images)

Md. Won’t Lose Or Gain Any Seats In Congress

Maryland won’t gain or lose any seats in Congress as a result of the 2010 Census.

12/21/2010

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