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January 27, 1999 | JENIFER WARREN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As the U.S. Supreme Court this week cast a new cloud over the use of sampling by the Census Bureau, results from a test of the controversial counting method here were giving its foes and fans even more to debate. Census officials said that using the statistical method, they counted 403,313 residents in Sacramento during a dry run last spring. Without sampling, which is designed to cut census costs and avoid an undercount, they tallied 349,197 people.
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January 27, 1999 | JENIFER WARREN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As the U.S. Supreme Court this week cast a new cloud over the use of sampling by the Census Bureau, results from a test of the controversial counting method here were giving its foes and fans even more to debate. Census officials said that using the statistical method, they counted 403,313 residents in Sacramento during a dry run last spring. Without sampling, which is designed to cut census costs and avoid an undercount, they tallied 349,197 people.
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April 20, 1998 | FAYE FIORE and CARL INGRAM, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
For a rather sleepy, dust-in-your-shoes farm town that couldn't so much as attract a major league baseball team, the state capital might seem an unlikely candidate for an assignment that will help determine the future of 270 million Americans. But in just two years, the Census Bureau faces the staggering task of counting the nation's population, and federal officials have chosen Sacramento as the urban test kitchen for the most innovative and controversial census in 200 years.
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April 20, 1998 | FAYE FIORE and CARL INGRAM, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
For a rather sleepy, dust-in-your-shoes farm town that couldn't so much as attract a major league baseball team, the state capital might seem an unlikely candidate for an assignment that will help determine the future of 270 million Americans. But in just two years, the Census Bureau faces the staggering task of counting the nation's population, and federal officials have chosen Sacramento as the urban test kitchen for the most innovative and controversial census in 200 years.
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