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Census Bureau officials said that the agency hopes to deliver state population totals to the commerce secretary by April 30, the original date the bureau set after the count was delayed because of the coronavirus.
The memo — first reported on by ABC News and later confirmed by The Washington Post — is a raw intelligence product, compiling information gathered by the bureau and several other government agencies, an official said.
The mask rested atop the clutter of my teenage son’s bedroom bureau.
“We are hoping that with the joint efforts we have with different travel bureaus and effective governments such as Singapore, we’ll be able to unleash some of the energy for the pent-up demand,” Sun said.
The remaining four board members are high-ranking commanders from each bureau.
In pre-pandemic times, the bureau helped tourists plan trips to Guam’s “star-sand beaches.”
I put the city through hell and brought discredit to the bureau.
This new bureau was tasked with researching animal diseases and granted regulatory authority to prevent, contain or eradicate livestock diseases.
The National Bureau of Economic Research has said the economy officially fell into a recession in February, but it will take some time before the bureau officially says when the recession has ended.
This article is co-published with the Tampa Bay Times and the Miami Herald, which share a state capital bureau in Tallahassee.
IN FLORIDA, THE GUTTING OF A LANDMARK LAW LEAVES FEW FELONS LIKELY TO VOTEBY LAWRENCE MOWER AND LANGSTON TAYLOR, MIAMI HERALD AND TAMPA BAY TIMESOCTOBER 7, 2020PROPUBLICA

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