New U.S. Census data means Colorado's...

New U.S. Census data means Colorado's congressional districts will change

There are 1 comment on the Colorado Statesman story from Feb 25, 2011, titled New U.S. Census data means Colorado's congressional districts will change. In it, Colorado Statesman reports that:

The U.S. Census Bureau Wednesday released more detailed data on the changes in Colorado's population, revealing that the number of people in El Paso County has surged past those in Denver in the past decade.

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#1 Mar 8, 2011

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