The results of the 2010 Census drive the operation of the nation’s democracy, public policy and economy. The decennial enumeration determines House apportionment and legislative redistricting; informs the distribution of billions in federal funds annually, as well as state and local government decisions about highways, schools and health facilities; and affects business decisions about location and goods and services offered.
REUTERS/Joshua Roberts - (L-R) Senator Tom Harkin (D-IA), speaks as Representative Elijah Cummings (D-MD), Senators Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI), Al Franken (D-MN) and Ben Cardin (D-MD) listen during a news conference calling for no reduction in the Medicare and Medicaid budgets as part of the year-end budget talks on Capitol Hill in Washington December 11, 2012.
Health Insurance Coverage Rises in 2012, Driven by Increase in Medicare Enrollment
September 17, 2013, Gary Burtless
The Census Bureau's new estimates of health insurance coverage show a second successive year in improvements in coverage. Gary Burtless looks into the numbers to find that all of the gains in health coverage in recent years have been driven by increased enrollments in government insurance plans—mainly Medicaid and Medicare.
U.S. Metro Areas
Article | The Atlantic Cities
September 20, 2012, Elizabeth Kneebone
March 20, 2012, William H. Frey
Article | CNN.com
October 24, 2011, Audrey Singer and Jill H. Wilson
August 31, 2011, William H. Frey
June 28, 2011, William H. Frey
May 4, 2011, William H. Frey
April 6, 2011, William H. Frey
September 16, 2010, Emily Monea and Isabel V. Sawhill
March 9, 2010, Rachel Blanchard Carpenter and Andrew Reamer
September 10, 2009, Emily Monea and Isabel V. Sawhill
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