President Donald Trump pushed the U.S. Supreme Court to take up a challenge to his administrations decision to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census. On Friday morning, the court agreed to do just that, setting the stage for oral arguments in April and a decision by the end of June.
Good. Now lets hope the court sees through the governments pretext of needing the information to enforce voting rights the specious claim pushed by Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross and tosses the question for good.
Oh, how do we know its a specious claim? Because, among other things, a census advisory panel told us so.