Friday, September 16, 2022
By MIKE SCHNEIDER and KEVIN FREKING ~ Associated Press
WASHINGTON — The House passed legislation Thursday intended to make it harder for future presidents to interfere with the once-a-decade census that determines political power and federal funding, a move that comes in response to the Trump’s administration’s failed effort to make a citizenship question part of the 2020 headcount.
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