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Reports 2006

As the holiday season is here again, it is a time most people gather and celebrate with friends and family, exchange gifts, and general cheer and rejoicing.
 
Americans Indians and Alaska Natives make up less than one percent of the total US population but represent half the languages and cultures in the nation, as historic records show.
 
This report presents data on health insurance coverage for the District of Columbia residents with some national comparisons.
 
This monthly brief presents data from the US Census Bureau on many interesting statistics related to the return to classrooms by our nation’s students and teachers.
 
The month of July marks the anniversary of Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). This Act passed in 1990, guarantees equal opportunity for people with disabilities in public accommodations, commercial facilities, employment, transportation, state…
 
The Fourth of July commemorates the adoption of the Declaration of Independence in 1776 and this nation’s official certificate of birth. In July, 1776, the number of people living in the 13 colonies (now United States) was 2.5 million.
 
As we celebrate ‘Older Americans Month’ in May, we reflect on a recent report released by the US Census Bureau and commissioned by the National Institute on Aging (NIA) on the aging population in the United States.
 
This brief presents summary statistics on housing characteristics in the District of Columbia in 2004.
 
This report on ‘Minority and Women Business Ownership’ in the District of Columbia is the second in a series of monthly briefs published by the DC State Data Center.
 
An analysis of data from the American Community Survey conducted by the US Census Bureau for 2000-2003 on marriage and fertility nationally shows that there are marked geographic patterns.
 
African American History Month is observed in February each year to recall and celebrate the positive contributions to our nation made by people of African descent.
 
This report focuses on selected demographic information on the approximately 1.4 million men and women (0.5 percent of the population) comprising the United States defense manpower through 2004.
 
Most people are familiar with the census occurring once every ten years. The last census was conducted in 2000 and every household received a questionnaire seeking demographic information about the people in the household.
 
African American History Month is observed in February each year to recall and celebrate the positive contributions to our nation made by people of African descent.
 
This report focuses on selected demographic information on the approximately 1.4 million men and women (0.5 percent of the population) comprising the United States defense manpower through 2004.
 
Most people are familiar with the census occurring once every ten years. The last census was conducted in 2000 and every household received a questionnaire seeking demographic information about the people in the household