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California is spending $187 million to try to ensure an accurate count of its population. The Texas Legislature decided not to devote any money to the job. Why?
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“I know the citizenship question could harm many states, but we will really feel it in South Texas,” said LUPE’s Juanita Valdez-Cox.
For Juanita Valdez-Cox, asking all 2020 census respondents whether they are U.S. citizens would mean less food on families’ tables and more people unable to pay their rent.