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The Trump administration has agreed to pay $846,000 to the state of California in a settlement over the administration’s efforts to add a citizenship question to the U.S. Census, according to a report.
California sued the Trump administration earlier this year over concerns a citizenship question on the census would lead to underrepresentation of minorities.
The article goes on to state the following:
In June the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the administration’s reasoning for adding the question, calling it “contrived,” and calling on the White House to provide other reasons for wanting the data, The Sacramento Bee reported
CLICK HERE to read the three-page agreement reached on Friday with Attorney General Xavier Becerra’s Office, which requires the Trump administration to pay the state of California $846,000 for lawyer fees and related costs..
Trump administration to pay California nearly $850,000 after failed census citizenship fight https://t.co/Po0w5Mu9OR
— The Sacramento Bee (@sacbee_news) November 1, 2019
A 5-4 decision. Chief Justice John Roberts does it again. Rules against Trump.
— Army Vet (@joeptweet18) November 2, 2019
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