1. Challengers of census citizenship question ask Supreme Court to put off ruling  The Washington Post
  2. Trump defends census citizenship question  BBC News
  3. Trump: Having no citizenship question is ridiculous  CNN
  4. Citizenship Question Lawsuit Plaintiffs Ask Supreme Court To Delay Ruling  NPR
  5. Advocacy groups ask Supreme Court to delay ruling on census citizenship question  Reuters
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In unusual motion, they ask justices to send case back to lower court to consider new allegations of partisan intent.In unusual motion, they ask justices to send case back to lower court to consider new allegations of partisan intent.

Challengers of census citizenship question ask Supreme Court to put off ruling - The Washington Post

The president says it would be "ridiculous" not to ask participants if they are US citizens.The president says it would be "ridiculous" not to ask participants if they are US citizens.

Trump defends census citizenship question - BBC News

Federal judges in three lawsuits have concluded that the Trump administration’s rationale for adding the question was contrived.Federal judges in three lawsuits have concluded that the Trump administration’s rationale for adding the question was contrived.

“Trump asserts executive privilege to shield documents from House panel investigating decision to add citizenship question to census - The Washington Post https://t.co/JyMl6mILlb”

Maggie Haberman on Twitter: "Trump asserts executive privilege to shield documents from House panel investigating decision to add citizenship question to census - The Washington Post https://t.co/JyMl6mILlb"

“President Trump says he’s not “overly” involved in dispute over citizenship question on census because it’s a “legal matter.” He adds, “If you’re not able to say whether somebody’s a citizen or not, that doesn’t sound so good to me.””

Kaitlan Collins on Twitter: "President Trump says he’s not “overly” involved in dispute over citizenship question on census because it’s a “legal matter.” He adds, “If you’re not able to say whether somebody’s a citizen or not, that doesn’t sound so good to me.”"

“Per @WashingtonPost, President Trump is asserting executive privilege to shield documents from the House panel investigating the decision to add a citizenship question to census...”

Robert Costa on Twitter: "Per @WashingtonPost, President Trump is asserting executive privilege to shield documents from the House panel investigating the decision to add a citizenship question to census..."

“Are they hiding something behind executive privilege?There is credible evidence that the Trump administration tried to add a citizenship question to the census to get data it needed to gerrymander districts & disenfranchise Democrats & people of color. https://t.co/ulZZgrgR52”

Joyce Alene on Twitter: "Are they hiding something behind executive privilege?There is credible evidence that the Trump administration tried to add a citizenship question to the census to get data it needed to gerrymander districts & disenfranchise Democrats & people of color. https://t.co/ulZZgrgR52"

Opponents of the Trump administration effort to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census asked the Supreme Court to rule for them or delay actionOpponents of the Trump administration effort to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census asked the Supreme Court to rule for them or delay action

2020 census citizenship question: Opponents seek Supreme Court delay

The justices are asked to allow a lower court to gather more information about the role a GOP redistricting expert had in adding the question to the 2020 survey.The justices are asked to allow a lower court to gather more information about the role a GOP redistricting expert had in adding the question to the 2020 survey.

ACLU Asks Supreme Court To Consider Holding Off On Census Citizenship Question | HuffPost Canada

While claiming he has not been “overly involved in the census controversy,” President Trump called the question of whether to allow a question about citizenship on the 202 Census forms “totally ridiculous” Wednesday.While claiming he has not been “overly involved in the census controversy,” President Trump called the question of whether to allow a question about citizenship on the 202 Census forms “totally ridiculous” Wednesday.

Trump calls battle over census citizenship question 'ridiculous'

Groups challenging the Trump administration's contentious decision to add a citizenship question to the 2020 U.S. census on Wednesday asked the Supreme Court to consider delaying a ruling on the issue in light of new evidence.Groups challenging the Trump administration's contentious decision to add a...

Advocacy groups ask Supreme Court to delay ruling on census citizenship question - Reuters

President Trump said he thought it was “ridiculous” to not allow the citizenship question on the 2020 census.Trump Thinks It's 'Ridiculous' To Not Include Citizenship Question On Census

Trump: It’s ‘Ridiculous’ To Not Have Census Citizenship Question

I want to know what this memo by this political appointee at the Commerce Department named James Uthmeier, I want that document because this isn't about the citizenship question getting on or not, whatever decisions are being made at whatever levels, this is about the intent by the current administration to not include communities of color who tend to vote aligned with maybe different perspectives, or different, aligned different parties. This is about not counting everyone that is in our country. This is a political motive. I have to say to this fact, this is cheating. In many ways an election. This is cheating by saying we don't want to count everybody. We want to count as less people as possible, and that impacts directly communities of color... This is about whether or not we as a country want to count every single person, no matter their status and so forth. But doing this, this is political motivation, this is very racialized. This is because you don't want communities like mine being represented here in this chamber equally. This is about that. And it really, it breaks my heart. This is corruption at its core. This is political corruption when somebody outside of the agency, outside of the administrative rules is telling people in this chamber this is what we're going to do, we're going to put the citizenship question forward... Is it really about citizenship? No. It is about reducing the number of people of color in this country being counted in the census. That's exactly what it is about. Because you want to cheat. He wants to cheat, Mr. Chairman. He wants to cheat this process. Well, not on our watch.I want to know what this memo by this political appointee at the Commerce Department named James Uthmeier, I want that document because this isn't about the citizenship question getting on or not, whatever decisions are being made at whatever levels, this is about the intent by the current administration to not include communities of color who tend to vote aligned with maybe different perspectives, or different, aligned different parties. This is about not counting everyone that is in our country. This is a political motive. I have to say to this fact, this is cheating. In many ways an election. This is cheating by saying we don't want to count everybody. We want to count as less people as possible, and that impacts directly communities of color... This is about whether or not we as a country want to count every single person, no matter their status and so forth. But doing this, this is political motivation, this is very racialized. This is because you don't want communities like mine being represented here in this chamber equally. This is about that. And it really, it breaks my heart. This is corruption at its core. This is political corruption when somebody outside of the agency, outside of the administrative rules is telling people in this chamber this is what we're going to do, we're going to put the citizenship question forward... Is it really about citizenship? No. It is about reducing the number of people of color in this country being counted in the census. That's exactly what it is about. Because you want to cheat. He wants to cheat, Mr. Chairman. He wants to cheat this process. Well, not on our watch.

The ACLU asked the Supreme Court to delay handing down its decision in the census citizenship case so that a lower court could consider new evidence.ACLU Asks SCOTUS To Delay Ruling In Census Citizenship Question Case

ACLU Asks SCOTUS To Delay Ruling In Census | Talking Points Memo

President Trump said it would be "ridiculous" to conduct a census without asking people about their citizenship, weighing in Wednesday on a case now pending before the Supreme Court.President Trump said it would be

Donald Trump says Democrats 'ridiculous' to oppose citizenship question - Washington Times

In a last-minute request, plaintiffs' attorneys led by the ACLU are asking the justices to wait to rule on the census question in light of documents that show an alleged Trump administration cover-up.In a last-minute request, plaintiffs' attorneys led by the ACLU are asking the justices to wait to rule on the census question in light of documents that show an alleged Trump administration cover-up.

Citizenship Question Opponents Ask Supreme Court To Delay Ruling : NPR

President Trump on Wednesday defended his administration’s controversial decision to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census.President Trump on Wednesday defended his administration’s controversial decision to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census.

Trump: 'Totally ridiculous' to have census without citizenship question | TheHill

President Trump on Wednesday defended his administration’s controversial decision to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census.President Trump on Wednesday defended his administration’s controversial decision to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census.

Trump: 'Totally ridiculous' to have census without citizenship question | TheHill

The American Civil Liberties Union is asking the Supreme Court to send the case over the Trump administration’s efforts to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census down to a lower court over new evidence uncovered in the case.The American Civil Liberties Union is asking the Supreme Court to send the case over the Trump administration’s efforts to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census down to a lower court over new

ACLU asks Supreme Court to send census case back to lower court over new evidence | TheHill