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Kobach Advocates Citizenship Question on Census and Excluding Non-Citizens from Apportionment, Despite Contrary Language in the Constitution

Kris Kobach comes out in favor of adding citizenship question to 2020 Census and apportioning based only on citizenship (constitution says apportionment shall be based on enumeration of persons) https://t.co/kL17Kab6P2 — Sam Levine (@srl) January 31, 2018
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