H.R.931 - To make participation in the American Community Survey voluntary, except with respect to certain basic questions.

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  • Official: To make participation in the American Community Survey voluntary, except with respect to certain basic questions. as introduced.

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Ted Poe

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Prohibits applying any criminal penalty for refusing or willfully neglecting to answer questions (except with respect to the respondent's name and contact information, the date of the response, and the number of people living or staying at the address) in connection with the American C

Official Summary

Prohibits applying any criminal penalty for refusing or willfully neglecting to answer questions (except with respect to the respondent's name and contact information, the date of the response, and the number of people living or staying at the address) in connection with the American Community Survey conducted by the Secretary of Commerce.

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