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12:40 pm
Mon June 22, 2015

Paul's Amendment Would Change How Deployed Military Are Counted in Census

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  An amendment championed by Kentucky’s junior U.S. Senator would change the way deployed military personnel are counted in the Census.

Rand Paul’s amendment would require the Census to count all deployed servicemen and women at the base or port where they lived before deployment. Currently, those individuals are counted as part of the U.S. overseas population.

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2:47 pm
Tue December 4, 2012

Paul Amendment Changes How Soldiers Are Counted in Census


Services members would be counted differently in future U.S. Censuses under a successful amendment to a major defense bill that's to be debated in the U.S. Congress -- an amendment sponsored by Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky.

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