Maryland Matters: Analysis: The Census Data and the Political Reordering to Come in Md.

Census Data
Baltimore wasn't the only Maryland jurisdiction to see significant population losses. But the latest numbers did produce a significant degree of handwringing in the city.
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Baltimore Sun: Less than half of Md. population is white, reflecting nation’s increasing diversity, census shows

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The city’s population loss is "an urgent issue that must be given the significant thought and the resources that are required to turn the tide," said Don Fry, President and CEO of the Greater Baltimore Committee.
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The Daily Record: Census shows US is diversifying, Maryland growing, Baltimore shrinking

Baltimore skyline
"This is an important time for the business community and city stakeholders to establish a sustainable strategy to grow the population and move forward with a sense of urgency," said Donald C. Fry, President and CEO of the Greater Baltimore Committee.
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The GBC Check-In: Austin Davis, Census 2020 Project Manager for Baltimore City

Since 1790, the U.S. government has conducted the decennial census, as mandated by the Constitution. The census aims to count the entire population, and gathers data about sex, age, race, living situations and the number of people per household. According to the United States Census Bureau, response rates have declined...
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