Census 2000 Results Questionable NPR's Cheryl Corley reports from Chicago on the questions being raised about the way the 2000 Census was conducted. Republican Congressman Dan Miller of Florida chairs the House Subcommittee on the Census. He says that irregular procedures and fraud may have increased the head count in several cities, where there was initial resistance to the Census. The cities include Chicago, West Atlanta, Las Vegas, Florence, Alabama, and Hialeah, Florida.
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Census 2000 Results Questionable

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Census 2000 Results Questionable

Census 2000 Results Questionable

Census 2000 Results Questionable

Only Available in Archive Formats.

NPR's Cheryl Corley reports from Chicago on the questions being raised about the way the 2000 Census was conducted. Republican Congressman Dan Miller of Florida chairs the House Subcommittee on the Census. He says that irregular procedures and fraud may have increased the head count in several cities, where there was initial resistance to the Census. The cities include Chicago, West Atlanta, Las Vegas, Florence, Alabama, and Hialeah, Florida.