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The League filed an amicus brief with 45 other organizations challenging the Trump Administration’s rescission of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
The League reached out to welcome Director Santos who was confirmed to the Census Bureau earlier this year. Census work is incredibly important to our democracy.
Over 100 organizations signed a letter to Members of Congress urging them to reject any proposed extension to Title 42.
LWVUS joins partners asking OMB to revise standards for federal data on race and ethnicity (Legal Document)
LWVUS joined partners on a letter asking the Acting Director of the Office of Management and Budget to move forward with revising the standards for federal data on race and ethnicity.
The League joined partners sending a letter to President Biden urging the immediate pause of the removal of Haitians to Haiti.
On September 16, 2021, the U.S. Census Bureau will deliver their final resources to states to use for redistricting. The delivery of this final set of resources is the culmination of years of hard…
In 2020, we experienced significant delays in the receipt of census data. This is largely due to an updated privacy protection model, which ensures greater confidentiality for respondents while…
LWVUS with over 100 organizations urges Senators to cosponsor the bipartisan 2020 Census Deadline Extensions Act to extend the deadlines for delivering apportionment and redistricting data
Last week, the U.S. Census Bureau released its first set of data from the 2020 Census — and as a result, several states gained or lost representation in Congress.
LWVUS joined a statement by Advancing Justice, Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund, and National Conference on Citizenship to warn inappropriate data for redistricting.