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Federal Judge Cites New Evidence In Reconsideration Of Census Ruling

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Federal Judge Cites New Evidence In Reconsideration Of Census RulingWatch VideoNew evidence in a case on the addition of a citizenship question to the U.S. Census is prompting a judge to re-evaluate his previous ruling. 

Maryland federal court Judge George Hazel said Wednesday in an initial order that further exploration is needed in a case about the Trump administration's proposal to put a...
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A federal judge in Maryland ruled Wednesday that new evidence in a census citizenship question case merits additional exploration.

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