SCOTUS skeptical of plan to block undocumented immigrants from census count


States led by New York, challenging the Trump Administration memo to subtract undocumented immigrants from the census count that determines how many seats each state gets in the House of Representatives. Undocumented person has been in the country for, say, 20 years, you know, even if illegally, as you say. Why would some person that have a such a person that have settled residents here, Acting U. S Solicitor General Jeff Wall told Justice Amy Cockney Barratt. Those ties do not apply in congressional apportionment because they don't count toward residents or dwelling within the meaning of these federal statute since this report is due to President Trump by the end of December. Lisa

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