Federal Drive with Tom Temin

Trump administration seeks 4-month delay for key 2020 census deadline

About half of all households in the U.S. have responded to the 2020 census so far, but in-person followups with those who haven't, they're on hold for the coronavirus pandemic. The Trump administration is buying the Census Bureau some time, asking Congress for a four-month extension to complete the 2020 count. That expanded timeline puts new challenges on the bureau, but meets the approval of four of its former directors. Federal News Network's Jory Heckman spoke with one of those former directors, Robert Groves.

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