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Why the Census Bureau can and must start collecting
the home addresses of incarcerated people
Submitted by Peter Wagner, Eric Lotke and Andrew Beveridge to the U.S. Census Bureau on February 10, 2006 in advance of the Bureau's report to the Appropriations Committee on using prisoners' homes of record in the Census