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Trump Reportedly Taking Executive Action to Add Citizenship Question to Census Despite SCOTUS Ruling

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Trump Reportedly Taking Executive Action to Add Citizenship Question to Census Despite SCOTUS RulingIt appears that despite being shot down by the Supreme Court, President Donald Trump still intends using an executive action to add a citizenship question to the 2020 U.S. census. Administration officials have told multiple news sources that Trump will to move ahead and announce the census question on Thursday. Based on Trump’s tweets today, […]
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With the initial printing of the census already underway, the president&apos;s team could hypothetically print an addendum to add the citizenship question.

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