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But the decennial data is used in reapportioning House seats and doling out federal grants, and while noncitizen residents can receive government benefits, only citizens can vote.
The starkest example might be in California, where advocates think an undercount would likely cost them at least one House seat after congressional seats are reapportioned based on the new Census counts.
The tug of war over congressional maps has begun years before the 2020 census, which will collect the data used for reapportioning seats in Congress.
The annual estimates help to predict what Michigan's population would look like in 2020 — the next every-decade census, which is used to reapportion the 435 seats in the U.S. House of Representatives among the 50 states.
The city folk got a provision, still in effect, setting an arithmetic formula that automatically reapportions House seats among the states from census results.
Urban interests were unhappy that Congress did not reapportion House seats among the states after the 1920 census as the Constitution requires.
Previous party leaders have used the event to preview their agendas, as the gathering often precedes a party congress held once every five years to reapportion leadership portfolios.
ENCINITAS The Encinitas City Council met Wednesday and heard a presentation by the staff of state Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher on AB 805, which would reapportion voting power on the SANDAG board.
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