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Census Citizenship Question: 5 Arguments Against It — And Why They're All Bogus
You'd think that adding a question about the citizenship of people living in the United States every 10 years would not be a source of controversy. But the attack has been brutal. Former Attorney General Eric Holder called it "a direct attack on our representative democracy." And that was one of the more polite responses.
Now 17 states and seven cities, as well as the U.S. Conference of Mayors, have joined a lawsuit to stop Census from adding the question. California filed a separate suit.
All these critics must have a strong case, right? Not exactly.