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How to Avoid the 2020 Census Fiasco

Much is at stake for Americans. Trump has to act now to prevent a debacle

Ever since the U.S. conducted its first decennial census in 1790, an accurate count of the nation’s population has been a vital responsibility of the federal government. The Constitution requires it, and the government can’t work properly without it. That the census of 2020 is shaping

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