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Supreme Court / Census Citizenship, Gerrymandering #1139673

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Jun 27, 2019
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(Studio: Tom Llamas) Report introduced.

(Supreme Court: Terry Moran) The Supreme Court decisions on a citizenship question in the coming 2020 Census & on political gerrymandering examined; tweet from President Trump in opposition to the Census ruling & Justice Elena Kagan's dissent on the gerrymandering case quoted. [June 12, TRUMP - comments on the Census.] The position of the Supreme Court, led by Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts, on the claim from Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross explained with Roberts quoted. The Court ruling on the use of Census data in state-level gerrymandering outlined on screen. [North Carolina state Representative David LEWIS@- talks about drawing the map to give a partisan advantage.] The dissent from Justice Elana Kagan quoted.

Llamas, Tom;
Moran, Terry

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