IN THE NEWS
Ms. Lowenthal is a frequent source of objective, census-related information for journalists. Here’s a sampling of recent news articles in which she is quoted:
Stamford Advocate: “Census expert shares concerns about next count”
Federal Computer Week: “What will a Democratic House mean for the census?”
U.S. News & World Report: “Victorious U.S. House Democrats Could Stymie Census Citizenship Query”
The Washington Post: “Americans say they are less likely to fill out census than they were 10 years ago”
Triple Pundit: “Why Everyone Should Care About Census 2020”
Richmond Pulse: "Civil Rights Leaders Call For Public Comment on 2020 Census"
The Tennessee Tribune: "Rights Groups Want to Flood Census Bureau With Public Comments Before August Deadline"
The New York Times: "New Emails Show Push by Trump Officials to Add Citizenship Question to Census"
The Plain Dealer (Cleveland): "Americans can weigh in on 2020 Census until Aug. 7"
Ventura County Star (editorial): "Local efforts key to accurate census"
National Public Radio: "Citizenship Question Controversy Complicating Census 2020 Work, Bureau Director Says"
The Washington Post: "Commerce secretary suggested citizenship question to Justice Dept.,
Federal Computer Week: "House, Senate bills split on Census funding"
Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder: "Fear could further compromise 2020 Census"
Cleburne Times-Review: "Texas can count on census challenges"
The Century Foundation: "New Citizenship Question Designed to Sabotage Census"
The Wall Street Journal: "Trump Administration Plans to Check Your Answer on Census Citizenship Question"
Federal News Radio: "After windfall in omnibus, Census Bureau rolls out its first dress rehearsal"
Talking Points Memo: "The Unprecedented Coming Legal Battle Over Trump's Census Citizenship Move"
WJLA (Washington, DC): "States, civil rights groups challenge decision to include citizenship question in census"
Sojourners (Medill News Service): "What's At Stake in an Underfunded Census?"
Federal Computer Week: "Trump campaign taps census question as fund-raising tool"
U.S. News & World Report: "Underfunding, Canceled Tests Raise Fears About First Ever Online Census"
The News & Observer: "Rural Deep South at most risk of being overlooked in 2020 Census"
Federal Computer Week: "Experts fear Trump budget shortchanges Census"
Science magazine: "New U.S. budget deal includes more funding for 2020 Census"
The Washington Post: "Non-citizens won't be hired as census-takers in 2020, staff is told"
Federal Computer Week: "Census prep suffers under a CR or a shutdown"
Stateline (Pew Charitable Trusts): "Census Uncertainty Spurs State Action to Prevent Undercounting"
Global Government Forum: "Citizenship question threatens US census, says former programme chief"
Clarion Ledger (Mississippi): "Mississippi's rural black, Hispanic communities risk
Minneapolis Star Tribune: "Congress must guard accuracy, use of census" (editorial)
Mother Jones: "Trump's Pick to Run 2020 Census Has Defended
The New York Times: "Critics Say Questions About Citizenship
Federal Computer Week: "Census enters 2018 facing more questions than answers"
The New York Times: "With 2020 Census Looming, Worries About Fairness and Accuracy"
NPR: Morning Edition
POLITICO: "Leading Trump Census pick causes alarm"
CityLab: "The Constitutional Counting Crisis"
The Washington Post: "Census 2020: How it's supposed to work (and how it might go terribly wrong)"
Federal Computer Week: "GAO sustains protest in $283M Census mobile contract"
Inquirer.net: "Problems threaten the accuracy of 2020 US Census"
The New York Times: "Save the Census" (editorial)
Boston Globe: "Gutting the census would sabotage democracy"
The Washington Post: "Census watchers warn of a crisis if funding for 2020 count is not increased"
POLITICO: "Trump's threat to the 2020 Census"