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A judge urged a government lawyer Friday to clear the schedule of U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross for a day so he can be asked why he wants to add a citizenship question to the 2020 Census. U.S. District Judge Jesse M. Furman encouraged that step at a hearing even before he rules next week whether Ross must submit to a deposition by lawyers representing over a dozen states and big cities in several lawsuits challenging the decision.

The lawsuits allege Ross is acting improperly. They claim the citizenship question will discourage immigrants from participating, diluting political representation and federal dollars for states that tend to vote Democratic.

The article goes on to state the following:

The judge also said a juryless trial could start November 5, unless he decides to rule based largely on written arguments from lawyers citing evidence including depositions of government officials.

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  1. I THOUGHT AN ACCURATE CITIZEN CENSUS OF OUR GREAT NATION WAS TO FIND OUT JUST HOW MANY LIVING LEGAL CITIZENS WE HAVE LIVING IN OUR COUNTRY??????? TO DO THIS WE MUST KNOW WHO IS OR IS NOT LIVING AMONG US THAT IS NOT A TRUE CITIZEN, PERIOD. I AM SO SICK OF CROOKED DEMOCRATS TRYING THEIR BEST TO CHANGE OUR COUNTRY, SO SICK, I AM READY TO FIGHT FOR MY RIGHTS…..

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