By Michael Macagnone, Shawn Zeller, and Toula VlahouPosted June 28, 2019 at 2:12pm
GOP-held states with growing immigrant populations, Texas, Florida and Arizona, are more likely to gain House seats following the 2020 Census, as well as additional federal funding, if a citizenship question remains off, as the Supreme Court ordered on June 27. In this episode of the CQ on Congress podcast, CQ Roll Call reporter Michael Macagnone and Bryce Dietrich, a fellow at Harvard’s Kennedy School, discuss why Republican lawmakers continue to back President Donald Trump’s plan to add it.
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