NPR reports that the U.S. Census Bureau has halted all work on President Trump’s directive to produce a state-by-state count of unauthorized immigrants, which the president planned to use to alter a key set of census numbers that will be used to reallocate each state’s share of congressional seats and Electoral College votes for the next decade. Three lower courts found the president’s memo unlawful, unconstitutional, or both before the Supreme Court ruled in December that it was too early for any court to weigh in because the case is “riddled with contingencies and speculation.

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Census Bureau Stops Work on Trump’s Request for Unauthorized Immigrant Count