6/5: A federal judge overruled Democratic objections that the Trump administration lied about their intentions for the citizenship question on the 2020 census.
5/2: A Hill-HarrisX survey found that the majority of registered voters, including 53% of Hispanic voters, believed a citizenship question should be on the 2020 Census.
4/23: When the Supreme Court heard oral arguments over the constitutionality of a citizenship question in the 2020 census, the justices seemed to agree with the President's position.
4/23: The question about citizenship is a vital part of keeping the 2020 census accurate.
4/5: U.S. District Judge George Hazel ruled that including a citizenship question in the 2020 census would be unconstitutional.
3/15: Texas Republican legislators are supporting adding a citizenship question to the 2020 Census.
3/7: While the courts debate the constitutionality of a citizenship question on the US Census, the Census Bureau is asking the Department of Homeland Security for information on noncitizens.
2/21: A Rasmussen report has found that 78% of voters in America believe it's appropriate to have a citizenship question on the 2020 Census.
2/15: The US Supreme Court will rule whether a citizenship question on the 2020 Census is constitutional this year.
2/9: Judge Dabney L. Friedrich ruled that privacy concerns were not a reason to block the government from adding a citizenship question to the 2020 Census.