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Places of 50,000 or more not on the Census 2000 Special EEO File

U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

Sixty places with populations of 50,000 or more are not shown in datasets 14 through 19 because showing them in conjunction with data for the county they are in would result in the identification of a balance of the county that is under 50,000 population. The sixty places of 50,000 or more that not shown are:

Alabama:
Dothan city
Montgomery city
Arkansas:
Fort Smith city
Jonesboro city
Pine Bluff city
Colorado:
Pueblo city
Florida:
Jacksonville city
Georgia:
Albany city
Athens-Clarke County (balance)
Augusta-Richmond County (balance)
Columbus city (balance)
Idaho:
Idaho Falls city
Pocatello city
Illinois:
Decatur city
Indiana:
Terre Haute city
Iowa:
Ames city
Council Bluffs city
Dubuque city
Iowa City city
Sioux City city
Kansas:
Kansas City city
Lawrence city
Topeka city
Kentucky:
Owensboro city
Louisiana:
Bossier City city
Minnesota:
Rochester city
Missouri:
Kansas City city
St. Joseph city
Montana:
Billings city
Great Falls city
Missoula city
Nebraska:
Lincoln city
New Mexico:
Rio Rancho city
North Carolina:
Durham city
Rocky Mount city
North Dakota:
Bismarck city
Fargo city
Oklahoma:
Lawton city
Oregon:
Gresham city
Salem city
South Dakota:
Rapid City city
Sioux Falls city
Tennessee:
Clarksville city
Jackson city
Nashville-Davidson (balance)
Texas:
Abilene city
Amarillo city
Bryon city
Corpus Christi city
Laredo city
Longview city
Lubbock city
Midland city
Odessa city
San Angelo city
Victoria city
Wichita Falls city
West Virginia:
Huntington city
Wisconsin:
Eau Claire city
Wyoming:
Cheyenne city

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