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Two former Census Bureau directors said they were puzzled by the agency's request.
John Gore faces accusations of lying about why a citizenship question was added to the census. A person familiar said his departure was unrelated.
Activists fear the 2020 census has been tainted by the Trump administration’s aggressive attempt to add a question on citizenship — but they’re not backing down without a fight.
Donald Trump presumably doesn't question his wife's right to criticize her adopted country.
Trump's executive order instead demands data be collected via "all executive agencies and departments."
Trump said last week that he was “very seriously” considering executive action to try to force the question’s inclusion.
The House speaker called the administration's effort to add the question "disgraceful."
The group of attorneys who usually defend the government in court is off the case as Trump pushes his attempt to ask about citizenship.
President Trump has urged officials to find ways to put the question on the 2020 census even though the Supreme Court blocked the move for the time being.
The Trump administration has until Friday to show why there should be a question about citizenship on the 2020 census.
Laurence Tribe said the attorney general will do just about anything to "please his master."
The administration said the census forms have already gone to the printer without the addition of a citizenship question.
Civil rights groups celebrated after the Supreme Court did not allow the Trump administration to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census for now.
The high court on Thursday effectively blocked the Trump administration from adding a question about citizenship to the 2020 census.
The ruling from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit could prevent officials from adding a citizenship question on the 2020 census.
The disclosure adds more context to how the Trump administration decided to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census.
The State Department's “discriminatory misinterpretation of U.S. law” harms American families, 19 senators wrote.
A Republican consultant believed adding the question would help the GOP during redistricting. He helped get it on the 2020 census, new evidence shows.
Advocates warn that the question will reduce responses to the decennial survey, with serious consequences for the nation.
Survivors and activists filed an amicus brief challenging the controversial question.