D.C. Councilmember Elissa Silverman talks about yet another contentious D.C. Council meeting and the latest coronavirus news. And Arlington County Board Chair Libby Garvey talks about how the county is handling the pandemic and rethinking policing.
Some 48 million American households did not return their census questionnaire by mid-April. Now, over 600,000 census workers are employed to knock on those doors. We hear how they do their job, how they respond to threats (which have included attacks by guns, baseball bats, and cross-bows), and what they do when people refuse to cooperate.
- Fernando E. Armstrong Philadelphia Regional Director (covers NJ, PA, DE, MD, and DC), US Census Bureau
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