August 8, 2020
High Court’s Census Decision Could Bolster Suits Over Trump Rollbacks
The Supreme Court’s decision faulting the Commerce Department for adding a citizenship question to the 2020 census based on a “contrived” post hoc pretext could bolster lawsuits targeting the Trump OSHA’s rule rollbacks, such as the pending case over its recordkeeping rule, where challengers say officials ignored or misrepresented the record. Chief Justice John Roberts’ June 27 ruling in Department of Commerce, et al., v. New York, et al. , held that evidence shows the department decided to ask...
Already a subscriber? Please log in using the form on this page.
Not a subscriber? Sign up for a 30 day trial.