Utah Census NPR Legal Affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg reports the Supreme Court considers a case today over whether the Census Bureau can make assumptions about who's living in a house based on who's living next door. It's a statistical method used when people don't respond to the census, and Utah contends its use cheated the state out of an additional House seat.
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NPR Legal Affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg reports the Supreme Court considers a case today over whether the Census Bureau can make assumptions about who's living in a house based on who's living next door. It's a statistical method used when people don't respond to the census, and Utah contends its use cheated the state out of an additional House seat.