Census is important for Oklahoma to get federal funding

Census is important for Oklahoma to get federal funding

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Daniel Billingsley, vice president of external affairs at the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits, pointed out that an undercount of just two percent could cost the state as much as $1.8 billion over ten years in lost economic development and federal funding.

Every citizen not counted in the census costs the state approximately $1,800 per year in lost federal funding for ten years. 

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Tulsa Beacon
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