Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit AILSA CHANG, HOST: The head of the U.S. Census Bureau is preparing to face a major challenge. His agency is required by law to count every person living in the U.S. in 2020. But the bureau is running into many hurdles, including a legal fight over a new citizenship question. NPR's Hansi Lo Wang sat down with the bureau's acting director for his first news interview since stepping into the role a year ago. HANSI LO WANG, BYLINE: Ron Jarmin leads more than 4,000 employees from the Census Bureau's sprawling headquarters. But these days, he's focusing more on the millions of people outside the bureau's glass walls, all the people the Constitution says the government must tally up every 10 years. RON JARMIN: Who...
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