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Census Count of Homeless Population = 2:39:00 -
House Committee, Washington, District of Columbia, United States
with Bruce F. Vento, U.S. Representative - [D] Minnesota, Herbert "Herb" H. Kohl, U.S. Senator - [D] Wisconsin, Thomas "Tom" Ridge, U.S. Representative - [R] Pennsylvania, and Thomas "Tom" Sawyer, U.S. Representative - [D] Ohio
From C-Span TV Channel, Thursday, May 9th, 1991 - Previous Item / Next Item
The Senate Government Information and Regulation subcommittee and the House Census and Population subcommittee heard testimony on the methods used by the U.S. Census Bureau to count the homeless during the nationwide census in 1990. The Bureau counted the homeless by naming one night in March, 1990 as Operation Shelter and Street Night. On this night census workers walked the streets looking for...

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