Comments about ‘2010 Census details Utah growth; West Jordan now 4th largest city’

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Published: Thursday, Feb. 24 2011 4:42 p.m. MST

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lost in DC
West Jordan, UT

pikap1868,

why shouldn't they? Who made the rule? Is it in the constitution? was it passed by congress? Being on the census webpage does not make it the law, just their rule - from whence cometh the rule?

You cite the webpage, now cite the legislation or article in the constitution.

wrz
SLC, Utah

@pikap1868: "Unless LDS missionaries are Federal employees they won't get counted, nor should they."

Let's see... Rahm Emanuel, now mayor-elect of Chicago, left town for two years to work in Washington, D.C. In order to run for mayor a candidate has to reside in the city for a period of time just preceding the election. He didn't. How did he get elected, then? Political pull. Perhaps if the LDS Church have more political pull they could get the rules changed.

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