Trump Relies on Roberts-Argued 1992 Supreme Court Case in Latest Census Maneuvering
The census statute “does not curtail the president’s authority to direct the secretary in making policy judgments that result in ‘the decennial census,'” then-Justice Sandra Day O’Connor wrote. John Roberts Jr., then a U.S. Justice Department lawyer, argued for the government.
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