The most important message we took away from the evening was that all people can and should step up and lead on the Census in their communities--and that the Census is anything but boring. We now know that for every person who isn’t counted we lose $1,800 every year for services that our city needs. Services like Medicaid and Medicare, SNAP, school lunches, community block grants--programs whose funding depends on population.
Hosted by the Baltimore Complete Count Committee, at Poly High School on April 23, 2019 from 6:00 - 8:00pm!
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