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The U.S. census estimates it missed more than a half-million Texans during 2020 count

Immigrants, people living in poverty and non-English speakers were among the most likely to be missed, yet the crucial count received lackluster promotion by Texas state government.

Glenda Joe, center, advises students during a Make Youth Count planning meeting on Saturday, February 15, 2020. The team is made up of graduates and one current senior of Alief Early College and will be in four Aleif high schools hoping to encourage students to help their parents fill out the 2020 census.

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