2020 census data shows a population decline in Michigan’s Black communities. One local leader says it’s to find more opportunities in the South.
With more than $1 billion on the line, Michigan is gearing up for a final push to get everyone counted in the 2020 Census.
State Rep. Jon Hoadley feels inspired by the new Independent Citizen's Redistricting Commission, and sees potential to address other systemic issues with the same energy and enthusiasm.
Each Michigander counted helps infuse some $1,800 in their communities, showing how even more responses would benefit the state.