The Census Bureau intends to count on 5 October despite the judge’s order

The Census Bureau announced on Monday that it intends to wrap up its count on October 5, despite a judge’s order to continue the census until the end of October.

Commerce secretary Wilbur RossWilbur Louis RossTrump admin told the Supreme Court that Trump बहुत is very happy ‘to illegally fast track people outside the census in the US to allow Tiktok to operate in the US if Tiktok faces security concerns. Resolved, WeChat was banned from the US App Stores on Sunday. Announced that October 5 was the “target date” for ending self-response and field data collection operations, the Census Bureau posted on Twitter on Monday.

The October 5 deadline would decrease more than three weeks in advance, set by U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh. In an order Last week.

August Flante, Special Counsel for the Assistant Attorney General in the Justice Department, said Ross’s Monday announcement “reflects the most current plan” and that the government can answer questions about the Oct. 5 deadline in the coming days, According to cnn.

Koh has requested the government in documentation as to how the decision was taken recently.

Last month Ross abruptly pushed the vote count deadline, with Koh’s order prohibiting the administration from closing the census on 30 September compared to the deadline set.

Ross’s August announcement crossed the deadline to report the number to the president on December 31, rather than the April 2021 fixed date.

President TrumpDonald John Trump Biden campaign ad jumps on Trump’s notice of 0 income tax payments Ocasio-Cortez: Trump contributed less to taxes than waitresses and ‘third judge’ of indirect immigrants to stop delivery cuts to Postal Service Ordered.CNN said that the administration has appealed Kohli’s initial injunction from the High Court since last Thursday.

Earlier on Monday, government lawyers informed the court that the bureau was determining how to direct its supervisors to continue until the October 31 deadline, according to the network.

Government accountability office Issued a report Last month said the administration’s move to push forward the collection deadline puts the 2020 census at greater risk of going wrong.

The census, which is conducted every 10 years, helps determine how hundreds of billions of federal funds are distributed.


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