November 30, 2020
By Richard Wolf
President Donald Trump is ending his tumultuous time in office the same way he started it: cracking down on undocumented immigrants and asking for help from the Supreme Court. This time, his motive may be more political than ideological.
The president seeks to exclude undocumented immigrants from census calculations used to apportion House of Representatives seats and electoral votes, a policy that could affect the distribution of federal funds. The high court will hear oral argument in the case Monday and promised to rule by the end of the year.
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