Sept. 11th: 2020 Census, Accessible Briefings and Election Updates

September 11, 2020

Vee-Vee the Latest SignVote News

September 11th, 2020

In this week’s round-up we cover stories from the community, Sign1News, The Daily Moth, The NAD, and more!

A judge rules that the White House needs to provide ASL interpreters for COVID-19 briefings.

Not sure why you should fill out the Census? Here are five great reasons!

What are the candidates doing to help make America relax again?

Where will the candidates be this week? What’s happening with their funding?

The NAD explains the difference between different types of ballots.

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