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Census Stress In Hard-To-Count LA

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The U.S. Census Bureau has announced it will complete the 2020 census count a month earlier than planned, with the new deadline to end door-knocking and self-response set for September 30, instead of Oct. 31.

In-person canvassing doesn't even start in L.A. County until August 11.

And so far, only 59% of households in the county have responded.

It means census workers in the county will have less than two months to count the other 41 percent, which is an unlikely goal.

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