The Trump Administration announced that the 2020 U.S. Census—for the first time since 1950—will include a citizenship question. This question will not widen the scope or improve the accuracy of currently available information, and has not undergone traditional testing and evaluation measures.
An accurate Census is vital to the functioning of our government. It guides how we apportion seats in Congress, as well as distribute federal funding for everything from highways to Pell Grants. It is critical the Census gathers accurate and unbiased information.
Make your voice heard on the 2020 Census citizenship question by August 7, 2018. To register a comment, go to www.regulations.gov and search for the docket USBC-2018-0005.