There still aren't any questions on the Census about sexual orientation and gender identity, but LGBTQ groups say queer people everywhere need to participate.
The Justice Department has a new team of lawyers with a nearly impossible task: finding a new rationale to include the citizenship question on the census after all.
The Supreme Court blocked the Department of Commerce, which oversees the Census Bureau, from including the question on the upcoming census in a 5-4 decision Thursday.
He conducted a 2015 study that found adding the question "would be advantageous to Republicans and Non-Hispanic Whites.”
If the president gets his way for Census Bureau leadership, who gets to vote in America could be radically altered.
A lack of funding and leadership is causing problems for the upcoming 2020 census. That's bad for the people the census usually undercounts.