NCSL and the Census Bureau’s Redistricting and Voting Rights Data Office will host a discussion with census data users and others about the 2030 Redistricting Data Program. The conversation will focus on projects that make up the program and its proposed schedule. Likely topics may include prisoner enumeration, a possible single race and ethnicity question, and a possible Middle Eastern or North African race category. Mostly, though, the bureau wants to hear what’s on the minds of data users.
This free event is open to everyone and will be held on Thursday, August 4, 2022 (9-11 a.m. MT), following NCSL’s Legislative Summit, at the Colorado Convention Center (Room 104).
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Your NCSL notice says their sponsored discussion today with the Census Bureau on redistricting data is open to “everyone.” I would like to observe it, but I do not live in Colorado. Can you provide a Zoom, Teams, or Webex link to the NCSL-sponsored discussion with the Census Bureau on Redistricting data taking place this morning for committed Census data users like me who live elsewhere?
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