Trump to 'unlawfully' demand citizenship question included on census despite Supreme Court ruling
Tuesday, 9 July 2019 Donald Trump will insist that 2020 census respondents are made to declare whether they are citizens, despite the Supreme Court ruling the question could not be included on forms, according to a US government official. The president is expected to issue a memorandum instructing his Commerce Department to include the question, a move critics warned would be “illegal” and could trigger “a constitutional crisis”. The US Census Bureau has said requiring respondents to declare if they are citizens would discourage immigrants from participating in the survey and result in a less accurate count. That in turn, according to critics, would redistribute money and political power away from...
While U.S. President Donald Trump backed down from his demand to add a citizenship question on the 2020 Census, he said would "leave no stone unturned" in his pursuit to find the number of non-citizens in the United States.
WASHINGTON -- President Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Neil Gorsuch, meets with lawmakers on Capitol Hill today as part of an outreach effort to secure his confirmation. Democrats are already gearing..
Mr Abubakar urged the Supreme Court to always "show consistency in its judgments and find the resolve to always deliver just-judgments no matter whose ox is... Premium Times Nigeria Also reported by •WorldNews