API director of policy analysis Parker Snider recently appeared on Mobile Radio to discuss the importance of the upcoming 2020 Census to Alabamians.

Snider addressed misconceptions of how seats in the House of Representatives are allocated, how Census numbers influence business decisions, and why all Alabamians should ensure they are counted in the 2020 Census.

You can listen to the interview here.

LA Catholic Mornings, Archangel Radio Mobile – https://youtu.be/1sROirKIsCo


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