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The U.S. Senate this week backed a mechanism to better document the residences of deployed service members.
An amendment introduced by U.S. Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., to the National Defense Authorization Act passed the Senate on Monday, directing the U.S. Census Bureau to count deployed service members at the residence of their last duty station.
Local officials expressed support for the amendment Tuesday, saying it would more accurately reflect a community’s population.
“I think it’s justified,” Elizabethtown Mayor Tim Walker said.
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