The DOJ confirms that the question is not on the 2020 census, but that doesn't mean we've seen the last of this battle.
William Barr and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross refused to turn over documents related to the 2020 Census, so the House will hold contempt votes on June 11th.
At stake is not just the core purpose to count everyone in the country, but congressional representation, with over $800 billion in funding allocations
David Whitley, who had previously REFUSED to acknowledge the possibility of any mistakes in his report alleging voter fraud, is finally ground down into apologizing. Sort of.
Tough luck, GOP. The supremes may still rule on this, but for now you can't use the census as a de facto tool for taking away representation from blue states.
People spend years gaining US citizenship. Now the Trump administration wants to undo their work and deport people who followed the rules.
Another chapter in the ongoing ethnic cleansing of America!
Oops. If you read the US Constitution out loud (in this case regarding the US Census and Trump's 'Citizenship' Question) it turns out badly for their so-called president.
Judge Napolitano disses the idea that a citizenship question is "necessary" for an accurate census.
Via the ACLU, a movement to take the oath of office as member of our society.
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