The U-S Census Bureau has launched a campaign to ease the fears of those who’re afraid of where census information may end up. Teri Dukes put together the campaign for the Census Bureau.Dukes says the private information you provide on the forms won’t be shared among government agencies. She says only the raw numbers are used, and the personal information is locked away.Dukes says they’re also trying to emphasize the importance of the information to state and cities. She says 185-billion dollars in federal funds are allocated based on census numbers.The 2000 census forms should arrive in your mailbox by the middle of March.
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