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 Reversing decisions by lower courts that forced the administration to keep counting until October 31, the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesady granted an emergency stay requested by Trump's Department of Justice. There was no explanation for the decision, which required the assent of at least five of the court's eight justices. (Photo: @CensusCounts/Twitter) News
Civil Rights Advocates Warn Supreme Court Order—a Victory for Trump—Will Result in 'Irreversible Damage to 2020 Census'
Justice Sonya Sotomayor issued a dissent warning the "harms caused by rushing this year's census count are irreparable" and that "respondents will suffer their lasting impact for at least the next 10 years."
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Civil Rights Groups Claim Victory, Vow to Fight On After Federal Judge Blocks Trump From Ending Census Early
"The Trump administration was attempting to fan the flames of racial division, further divide our country and exclude communities of color from the final enumeration."
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Demonstrators rally at the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, D.C. on April 23, 2019 to protest a proposal to add a citizenship question in the 2020 census. News
Federal Court Blocks 'Nakedly Partisan' Trump Effort to Exclude Undocumented Immigrants From Census
"President Trump has tried and failed yet again to weaponize the census against immigrant communities."
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A pamphlet with 2020 census information is included in a box of food to be distributed by the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank to people facing economic or food insecurity amid the COVID-19 pandemic on August 6, 2020 in Paramount, California. (Photo: Mario Tama/Getty Images) Views
Save Lives. Fill Out Your Census.
Taking the census ensures your community gets its fair share of funding—and representation—during the pandemic and beyond.
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In a filing on behalf of the Trump administration, Justice Department attorney Alexander Sverdlov argued to the court that the injunction was "not warranted" and that the Trump administration's decision-making around how it conducts the count amount to "unreviewable political questions." (Photo: Paul J. Richards/AFP/Getty Images) News
Civil Rights Groups Request Emergency Injuction to Stop Trump 'Sabotage' of 2020 Census
"Fighting a pandemic is already a high hurdle to clear in obtaining an accurate count. It's outrageous that we must also fight against an administration seeking to skew our population numbers."
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