Sec. 1.5. As used in this chapter, “corrected population count” means a certification of census population count for a political subdivision that:

(1) is issued by the Bureau of the Census after the tabulation of population of Indiana in the federal decennial census has been reported to the governor by the United States Secretary of Commerce under 13 U.S.C. 141(c);

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(2) is issued:

(A) to correct an error in the enumeration of persons residing in the political subdivision on the date of the federal decennial census or federal special census; or

(B) to provide a population count for a municipality incorporated following the most recent federal decennial census; and

(3) supersedes any previous tabulation of population reported for the political subdivision in the federal decennial census or federal special census.

The term does not include a statistical adjustment made in the tabulation of population by the Bureau of the Census to compensate for a predicted undercount or overcount in a federal decennial census or federal special census.

As added by P.L.1-1988, SEC.1.