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It’s Tuesday, June 4.

‣ The White House reportedly directed the former administration officials Hope Hicks and Annie Donaldson to not turn over requested documents to the House Judiciary Committee.

‣ The upcoming 2020 census could feature the worst undercount of black and Latino people since 1990, according to the nonpartisan think tank the Urban Institute. The census faces a range of hurdles, including the possible inclusion of the controversial “citizenship question.”

‣ A $19 billion disaster-relief bill the House on the fourth try, after three previous

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