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1990 Census / Counting The Homeless #331828

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 21, 1990
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(Studio: Connie Chung) Report introduced.

(New York: Bruce Morton) Census Bureau's efforts to count homeless Americans featured; details given; scenes shown. [Homeless PEOPLE - comment.] Number of homeless who were not counted noted impossible to estimate. [Chicago, Illinois, homeless advocate Rick ROBERTS, San Francisco, California, homeless advocate Lee RAFFAELLI - criticize process of counting the homeless.] Federal grants and nutritional aid noted based upon population. [New York Census Project director Hulbert JAMES - comments on lost revenues.] [US Census director Barbara BRYANT - says bureau is doing the best job possible.] Cities planning to sue Census Bureau listed.


Chung, Connie;
Morton, Bruce

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