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Last year, the Trump Administration issued an order to add a new question to the 2020 Census. Under the Commerce Department’s order, the Census would ask people living in a household if are are U.S. citizens — a move that induced a predictable uproar and spurred litigation. The order was struck down by a federal judge in early January but the decision is expected to be appealed.

The citizenship question has been on the census in prior decades — but, largely, not since the ‘50s.

We here at Mission Local are wondering: What do YOU think? Should the Census have a question regarding your legal status? Why or why not? Sound off in the link below, send a recording, and at the end we’ll compile a video.

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