Category Archives: census litigation

Breaking: Three-Judge Court Unanimously Enjoins Trump Order to Report Non-Citizen Numbers for Apportionment Purposes from the Census Count; Case Likely Headed to SCOTUS

From the court decision: For the reasons that follow, Plaintiffs are entitled to summary judgment. The Presidential Memorandum violates the statutes governing the census and apportionment in two clear respects. First, pursuant to the virtually automatic scheme established by… Continue reading