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September 26, 2001

August 7, 2001
Census 2000 Undercount Could Cost States Billions

July 2, 2001
Monitoring Board Fills Void of Census Bureau Silence

May 1, 2001
Census 2000 Undercount Rate Estimates Released

April 18, 2001
Experts Reach Different Conclusions Than Census Bureau on Decision Not to Adjust 2000 Count

April 16, 2001
Media Advisory:
Experts to Analyze Decision Not to Adjust Census 2000 for the Millions Left Out of the Count

March 29, 2001
Response Regarding the Release of State Undercount Data

March 9, 2001
Despite Declarations of Increased Accuracy Census 2000 Filled with Errors
Errors Match or Exceed 1990 Levels And May Contribute to Reduced Differential Undercount

March 6, 2001
Response to Commerce Secretary Don Evans' Comments

February 20, 2001
Census 2000 Undercount Could Adversely Affect All Americans New Studies Show

February 14, 2001
Presidential Members of Census Monitoring Board Respond to Release of Census Data

February 13, 2001
Effects of Census Undercount on School Planning

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February 8, 2001
Study Reveals 1990 Census Missed 3,000 American Indians in Albuquerque Metro Area

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January 24, 2001
Study Reveals More Than 20 Percent of Infants Missed in 1990 Census; Similar Results Possible in Census 2000

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December 28, 2000
Monitoring Board Applauds Bureau's Efforts and Awaits Correction Results

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December 20, 2000
Letter to the Honorable George W. Bush   

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December 6, 2000
Presidential Members of U.S. Census Monitoring Board Name New Executive Director

October 18, 2000
Report to Congress Details Census Monitoring Board's Observations of 51 Local Census Offices Nationwide

September 11, 2000
Local and State Commitment Increases Census Participation Georgia Leaders Tell Census Monitoring Board

June 27, 2000
Community-based Programs and Local Commitment Increases Census Participation San Diego Leaders Tell Census Monitoring Board

June 26, 2000
Community-based Programs and Local Commitment Increases Census Participation Los Angeles Leaders Tell Census Monitoring Board

June 22, 2000
Census 2000 Hearing to Highlight Success of Los Angeles Count

June 22, 2000
Census 2000 Hearing to Highlight San Diego

April 04,2000
U.S. Census Monitoring Board Report Details Studies Of Census Operations

March 09,2000
CMBP releases Census 2000 study projecting federal funding effect for fiscal years 2002-2012.

January 04,2000
President Clinton names California Lt. Governor Bustamante toserve on Census Monitoring Board.

November 10,1999
Hispanic Federation and U.S. Census Monitoring Board HostPanel on 2000 Census Participation in New York.

October 26, 1999
Survey Finds Only 42% of Americans Know The Census Will BeTaken Next Year.

October 1, 1999 - Joint Release
Monitoring Board Gives Bipartisan Endorsement To CensusBureau's Upcoming Ad Campaign.

July 22, 1999 - Joint Release
Census Bureau to Implement Monitoring Board Recommendation To HireQualified Non-citizens for Census 2000.

May 28, 1999
Gilbert Casellas Named New Presidential Co-Chairman.

January 29, 1999
U.S. Census Monitoring Board Issues Report.

January 27, 1999
Statement By Gil Casellas On LUCA And Post Census Local Review InResponse To Remarks Made Before The U.S. Conference Of Mayors.

January 25, 1999
Statement by Tony Coelho, Co-Chair, about the Supreme Court ruling onapportionment.

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