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Carrie Severino: census controversy reflects to push the tests back, on the concept of citizenship”

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Carrie Severino, and Elizabeth Wydra weigh cases pending United States Supreme Court.

Carrie Severino, chief counsel of the judicial crisis network, defended President Trump the decision to add a citizenship question to the census and proposed that the debate on the issue signals a more serious problem.

“This is something that should be completely unobtrusive,” said Severino on Saturday, while on “America’s News HQ.”

“The fact that challenged it self, shows a worrying trend of trying to push back, to think that the concept of citizenship and its fear, it could be several judges of the [Supreme] court that would suggest that not even an appropriate question.”

The citizenship of the question to face review by the Supreme court is expected to announce its decision on the question in the summer of 2019. The issue came under scrutiny after the message appeared that you have to help of its supporters, the questions is pushed as a way to, the Republican electoral system.

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There is also criticism from Democrats, who predicted it would estimates tend to be that contributed to the decisions about Federal funding.

But for Severino, the question of the admission of common sense “was.” “This is a question that really should be unobtrusive. The citizenship question was said to be a form of the US Census for the vast majority of its history,” she said.

She added that “it is very essential that a country should know how many citizens it has. It is something that recommends the United Nations to do its member States.”

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Elizabeth B. Wydra, President of the Constitutional Accountability Center, argued that was just a “cover up” – reason, because the citizenship information already available from other sources.

Severino, in response, pushed back on the idea that people would refuse to answer the question, say that you refuse to answer this question, at similar prices, the question is whether you are married or not.

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