California Files Lawsuit Against U.S. Federal Government

U.S. Federal Government

Governments, nationalities, and other municipalities across the world tally current population totals for several key reasons. They want to know the effects of economic activities, political environments, diseases, and everything else in humanity that causes effects.

Every ten years, the United States Census Bureau conducts a survey, with the nation's hundreds of millions of residents answering questions about their age, sex, race, and other demographic identifiers. One thing that such population counts have never asked for in the United States, however, is citizenship status.