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Dr. Groves speaking at the University of Michigan on July 16

Our Counter-In-Chief is returning to his former institution to give a talk on July 16. I’ll do my best to determine if this event is on or off the record. Here are the details from the Chicago Tribune.

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  1. VDC Says:

    U.S. Census Bureau Director Robert M. Groves will brief the media, students and the general public on the status of the 2010 Census. Groves, who directed the University of Michigan Survey Research Center at the Institute for Social Research until he was tapped to head the U.S. Census Bureau last year, will provide the latest information on the progress of the 2010 Census and how the Census Bureau will measure its quality.

    After his talk, “The 2010 Census: How Will We Know How Good It Is?” there will be an opportunity for questions, followed by media availability. The talk is free and open to the public.

    When: Friday, July 16, 9 a.m. (EDT)
    Where: University of Michigan Museum of Art
    525 S. State St.
    Ann Arbor, MI 48109