A completely counted census will benefit everyone in New Hampshire
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It’s that time again. As required by Article 1, Section 2, of the U.S. Constitution, the decennial census will take place in New Hampshire and across the country this spring.
For New Hampshire, the importance and impact of the census is consequential. More than $3.7 billion in federal funds are allocated to New Hampshire based on census data, including everything from funding for highway planning and construction, the federal Pell Grant program and low-income home energy assistance to block grants for the prevention and treatment of substance abuse and water and waste disposal systems for rural communities.