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NBC Evening News for Friday, Mar 19, 2010
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(Studio: Ann Curry) Report introduced.

(El Paso, Texas: Jose Diaz-Balart) The start of the 2010 census count featured; details give of concern about the cost of the public awareness effort and of the challenges, including working in the Gulf coast region after Hurricane Katrina; scenes shown of a race car sponsored by US Census 2010. [Citizens Against Government Waste David WILLIAMS†- says they were given almost a blank check.] [Census director Robert GROVES†- comments on the Super Bowl ad.] [Census worker Audrey BRODER‡- explains the importance of participating.]

Curry, Ann;
Diaz-Balart, Jose

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