A federal judge ruled Thursday that the U.S. Census count will continue through October 31, blocking a Trump Administration plan to end it a month early.
Census figures help determine congressional representation and how $1.5 trillion in federal funding is distributed, money that pandemic-ravaged cities desperately need.
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, how the pandemic and government involvement have made this a census count like no other.
Michael Wines, reporter, The New York Times
John Casterline, director, Ohio State University's Institute for Population Research
Susan Licate, media specialist, U.S. Census Bureau
Laura E. Gomez, author and professor of law, sociology and Chicana/Chicano Studies, UCLA