On Tuesday, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments for Dept. of Commerce v. New York, in which the state of New York and pro-illegal immigration groups challenge the Trump administration’s reinstatement of a question about citizenship in the 2020 census form.
According to Heritage Senior Fellow Mike Gonzalez, the reason this question is so important is because it has deep implications for one of the biggest cultural disputes of our time: is America a nation-state that can determine voting precincts based on legal voters, or should America be a battleground of subgroups arranged within a hierarchy of victimhood? You can find out more about Mike’s take on this case in the Daily Signal.
Tune in to the SCOTUS101 podcast, where Heritage legal scholars Elizabeth Slattery and Hans von Spakovsky discuss the case in detail.
What do you think about leftists using non-partisan avenues like the census to advance their agenda?