Ga. launches Census Web site

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ATLANTA -– Georgia has launched a Web site designed to motivate residents of the state to get involved and to respond to the 2010 census.

Gov. Sonny Perdue says is the first effort by the Georgia Complete Count Committee.

Perdue says the committee's job is to identify the best way to reach all populations and all geographic areas of the state.

The committee is led by Mike Beatty, the commissioner of the Department of Community Affairs, and Debra Lyons, the director of the Governor's Office of Workforce Development.

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Just Another Day
Just Another Day 12/21/09 - 01:21 pm
Just Nuts says:" This is a

Just Nuts says:" This is a move by the stae's AWM to "re-census" and double count a certain part of the population, you know who, and then turn around not give the federal aid to those same part of the population. Instead they will give the federal aid to you know who. Great country eh?"

Fish Out of Water
Fish Out of Water 12/21/09 - 01:37 pm
Just Another Day, I think you

Just Another Day, I think you need to find a new hobby.

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