Tuesday, July 2, 2019
Last Thursday, the Supreme Court sent the Department of Commerce's decision to include a U.S. citizenship question back to the agency for further explanation. Now, Bloomberg Law reports that the Trump administration is abandoning the plan to add a citizenship question to the Census. “We’re glad the 2020 census will begin printing without a citizenship question,” New York Attorney General Letitia James, who led a coalition of states in suing over the question, said Tuesday in a tweet.
Details to follow.