Poor Census Response Put Millions of Dollars at Risk OICA Renews Call for Oklahomans to Answer Census

OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma continues to rank among the lowest states when it comes to responding to the 2020 U.S. Census. According to Joe Dorman, CEO of the Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy (OICA) the state’s poor response is putting at risk millions of dollars and countless services the money would fund. “In today’s world, resources are largely allocated to where the people are, and the way our Founding Fathers set it up to find out where people are is the Constitutional provision establishing a Census,” Dorman said. “If Oklahomans do not respond to the Census, then they literally ‘don’t…

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