My first census

The City of Phoenix launched a new campaign initiative to encourage people to include babies and children on the 2020 Census form. “My First Census” will educate parents about how important that census is when it comes to determining government funds for education and other programs for children. Leila Gamiz, census coordinator for the city of Phoenix talk about the program.

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