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June 27, 2019

Supreme Court Leaves Citizenship Question on Census in Doubt - The New York Times

By Marta Steele

Well this second decision released to the public keeps feathered hope alive that millions of citizens may be less scared to fill out census forms. How many? And how can we encourage them, given ICE-Y house calls that vilify the basic principles of democracy and capsize Lady Liberty? Let's hope the lower courts make the right decision and that activism follows up to help create as accurate a 2020 Census as possible!

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Let's work hard to give her a chance once the lower courts decide in her favor!
Let's work hard to give her a chance once the lower courts decide in her favor!
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Well this second decision released to the public keeps feathered hope alive that millions of citizens may be less scared to fill out census forms. How many? And how can we encourage them, given ICE-Y house calls that vilify the basic principles of democracy and capsize Lady Liberty? Let's hope the lower courts make the right decision and that activism follows up to help create as accurate a 2020 Census as possible!



Authors Website: http://www.wordsunltd.com

Authors Bio:

Marta Steele is an author/editor/blogger who has been writing for Opednews.com since 2006. She is also author of the 2012 book "Grassroots, Geeks, Pros, and Pols: The Election Integrity Movement's Nonstop Battle to Win Back the People's Vote, 2000-2008" (Columbus, Free Press) and a member of the Election Integrity movement since 2001. Her original website, WordsUnLtd.com, first entered the blogosphere in 2003. She recently became a senior editor for Opednews.com. She has in the past taught college and worked as a full-time as well as freelance reporter. She has been a peace and election integrity activist since 1999. Her undergraduate and graduate educational background are in Spanish, classical philology, and historical and comparative linguistics. Her biography is most recently listed in "Who's Who in America" 2019 and in 2018 she received a Lifetime Achievement Award from Who's Who.


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