Citizenship and the census: What happens now?

Latina/Latino studies professor Julie Dowling co-chairs a national advisory committee for the U.S. Census Bureau and wrote a book about how Mexican Americans identify themselves according to race and ethnicity. Photo by Fred Zwicky

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Citizenship and the census: What happens now?
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Citizenship and the census: What happens now?
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A citizenship question on the 2020 census appears less likely following a Supreme Court ruling June 27.