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May 10, 1993|PAUL HOUSTON

HEAD COUNTER: UCLA professor Leo Estrada, an expert on immigration demographics, is in line to head the Census Bureau. Prominent in redistricting and voting rights cases, he is likely to push plans for adjusting expected undercounts of blacks and Latinos in the 2000 census. Such statistically weighted revisions, strongly opposed by past GOP administrations, can produce more minority lawmakers and millions more federal dollars for big cities.

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