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Trump Administration Appeals To Supreme Court Over Blocked Census Memo

NPR Wednesday, 16 September 2020
The administration is trying to overturn a court ruling in New York that blocks it from trying to omit unauthorized immigrants from the census numbers used to reallocate seats in Congress.
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