The results of the census will have far-reaching implications for California. This will be the first time that California’s new non-partisan redistricting panel.
Each city and county can have their budgets impacted by the composition of the next Assembly and Senate.
From the Los Angeles Times:
The government says it will release official 2010 census results that will be used to redistribute House seats on Dec. 21.
The date announced Monday by the Census Bureau complies with a constitutional requirement to provide results of the once-a-decade population count by the end of this year. The numbers will include a national tally, along with state counts and the number of House seats each state will receive.
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