WASHINGTON The U.S. Census Bureau wants even more details on American residents, requesting states to provide drivers license and administrative records to add to a trove of federal data being collected by the agency in its census count.
Officials plan to use the administrative records to help catch people who might not otherwise respond to next years decennial survey, as well as to comply with President Donald Trumps order to publish data on the citizenship of U.S. residents.
The American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators confirmed Tuesday that several of its member-state organizations had received requests from the Census Bureau to provide the data.
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