The population count of Americans has been held every 10 years since 1790, and the data is used to allocate seats in Congress, Electoral College votes, as well as spending on schools, police, healthcare resources, and other essential services and facilities.
Several states-including California, Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Washington-will sue to block the immigration questions, due to concerns about intimidation leading to undercounts, underrepresentation, and misallocation of resources. Are these concerns valid? Are these potential results intentional and politically motivated?
They will also discuss the conflict between Turks, Syrians and Kurds; Rand Paul‘s apparent national political aspirations; and "the sharing economy", as well as other top news and trending issues in the "Divided States of America."
Kani Xulam — Kurdistan.org |Topic: Conflict between Turks, Syrians and Kurds
Lesley Clark — National Correspondent for McClatchy DC | Topic: Why is Rand Paul involved in the Idaho Governor Primary? w/ @lesleyclark
Logan Churchwell Topic: Census 2020 Question: Are You a US Citizen: (Y/N?) w/ @LCChurchwell
Mark Frost — Economist |Topic: "the sharing economy"
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