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Trump To Announce Executive Action On Census Question

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Trump To Announce Executive Action On Census Question

Trump To Announce Executive Action On Census Question

According to CNN, on Thursday President Donald Trump will announce an executive action on a census question that has sparked debate.

White House officials say that Trump's action will directly address a citizenship question that was blocked by the Supreme Court in late June.

The Supreme Court's move prevents the question from being added to the 2020 census.

The Trump administration wants the census question to focus on asking participants about their citizenship status.


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