Paul Ong

Director of UCLA’s Center for Neighborhood Knowledge and a former advisor for the U.S. Census Bureau

Research professor at the Luskin School of Public Affairs and director of the UCLA Center for Neighborhood Knowledge.

Paul Ong on KCRW

The Supreme Court earlier this week allowed the Trump administration to cut the Census count by about two weeks.

Census count is ending early. What that means for California and other states with many immigrants

The Supreme Court earlier this week allowed the Trump administration to cut the Census count by about two weeks.

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Adding to the long list of things affected by the pandemic is the U.S. Census.

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