Dunleavy said he has been listening to what people have been saying and plans to incorporate their comments into his next budget. He said the Department of Public Safety plans to add 35 troopers in the coming years.
“We put a lot of value on our employees and, as an organization, we put a lot of value on the relationships we create with our customers,” he added.
“At the Census Bureau we have a couple of rules. We can’t do anything where we compromise someone’s identity on any of the survey information that we collect,” Davis said. “So everything is protected under Title 13 and 26, so everybody becomes a statistic to us.”
Women can be hesitant to run for public office or to serve on community boards. The American Association of University Women wants to take some of the mystery out of that whole process.
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