4/4: The Constitution gives Congress almost unlimited discretion to conduct the census, and Congress has delegated that authority to the secretary of Commerce.
3/12: The Supreme Court is scheduled to hear oral arguments April 23 in Department of Commerce v. New York, in which the state of New York challenged the addition of the citizenship question to the 2020 census form.
2/15: ACRU General Counsel Ken Klukowski reports on the Supreme Court's decision to rule on whether the 2020 Census can ask participants about their citizenship status.
2/5: ACRU Chairman and CEO Susan Carleson signed the Conservative Action Project's memo encouraging the President to defend the citizenship question on the 2020 Census.
1/19: The administration must wage a fierce fight to get this decision overturned.
10/22: ACRU Policy Board Member J. Christian Adams explains why a citizenship question on the 2020 Census would help safeguard the United States' election integrity.
7/4: Just in time for the Fourth of July, the Trump administration announced it is rescinding Obama administration policies that directed universities to use racial preferences in the admissions process.
4/16: The Trump administration announcement that the 2020 Census will ask about citizenship is a welcome change.
3:30: After the Commerce Department decided to ask if people filling out the census are citizens, the crazed racial Left mobilized and called the change the return of Jim Crow. The change to the Census was a plot against minorities.