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The Big Fight Shaping Up Over Trump Effort To Rig The Census Even After He’s Gone

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July 27, 2020 3:45 p.m.

President Trump may be voted out of office in just a few months. But the impacts of his administration’a attempts to rig the census to favor white Republicans could be felt for the next decade or longer — depending on how the next several weeks of this high-stakes fight go.

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