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32 seats of the 435 in Congress will be representing non citizens.
In 1790, the first Census Act provided that the enumeration of that year would count and various subgroups by age, sex, status as free persons, etc. Inhabitant was a term with a well defined meaning that encompassed, as the Oxford English Dictionary expressed it, one who a bona fide member of a State, subject to all the requisitions of its laws, and entitled to all the privileges which they confer. Over the years, however, Congress and the Census Bureau have added inquiries that have little or nothing to do with census's constitutional purpose.
Stonecipher says by not just counting illegal immigrants, but adding them into the Congressional calculations, the Government isnto followingthe act of 1790.
He says states are losing Congress seats that will now be representing about 22 million non citizens.
A nationally known opinion research consultant says Missouri and other states should be fighting the Congressional reapportionment guided by the U S Census. Elliott Stonecipher spoke in Jefferson City for the Missouri Chamber of Commerce Day at the Capitol. He says there are two major problems with the census. One is cost. Two is the population shift caused by illegal immigrants.
[This] year's census will determine the apportionment of House members and Electoral College votes for each state. To accomplish these vital constitutional purposes, the enumeration should count only citizens and persons who are legal, permanent residents. But it won't. Census Air Max 180 Og Bureau is set to count all persons physically present in the country including large numbers who are here illegally. The result will unconstitutionally increase the number of representatives in some states and deprive some other states of their rightful political representation. Citizens of states should be outraged. Yet few are even aware of what's going on.
Stonecipher says Louisana, Iowa, Indiana, Michigan, North and South Carolina, Oregon and Pennsylvania would receive an additional congressional seat if all non citizens though counted were not included in the calcuations of Congressional reapportionment. Those seats instead will go to states with high non citizen populations California, Texas, Illinois and New York. As for Missouri he says we keep our seats by a slim margin.
According to the latest American Community Survey, California has 5,622,422 noncitizens in its population of 36,264,467. House of Representatives.
The census has drifted far from its constitutional roots, and the 2010 enumeration will result in a malapportionment of Congress.
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He says citizens of states should be outraged, yet few are even aware of what's going on.
Stonecipher says the 1790 act of Congress that defined the census talks about counting inhabitants, which, by definition, means a legal resident of a state. He says current processes defy that meaning.
Here is one of his articles on the subject; click the link below to hear his speech in Jefferson City:
course, other states lose out when noncitizens are counted for reapportionment. According to projections of the 2010 Census by Election Data Services, states certain to lose one seat in the 2010 reapportionment are Iowa, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Ohio and Pennsylvania; states likely (though not certain) to lose a seat are Illinois, Minnesota, Missouri, and Ohio could lose a second seat. But under a proper census enumeration that excluded illegal residents, some of the states projected to lose a representative including our own state of Louisiana would not do so.
the country and was used to establish congressional apportionment. It had no question pertaining to an individual's citizenship or legal status as a resident. households. That pattern was repeated for the 1990 and 2000 censuses.
In the 1964 case of Wesberry v. Sanders, the Supreme Court said, House of Representatives, the [Constitutional] Convention agreed, was to represent the people as individuals and on a basis of complete equality for each voter. It ruled that Georgia had violated the equal vote principle because House districts within the state did not contain roughly the same number of voting citizens. Justice Hugo Black wrote in his majority opinion that man's vote in a congressional election is to be worth as much as another's. The same principle is being violated now on a national basis because of our faulty census. But Congress must not permit the bureau to unconstitutionally redefine who are the People of the United States. Elliott Stonecipher
However, with noncitizens not included for purposes of reapportionment, California would have 48 House seats (based on an estimated 308 million total population in 2010 with 283 million citizens, or 650,000 citizens per House seat). Using a similar projection, Texas would have 38 House members with noncitizens included. With only citizens counted, it would be entitled to 34 members.
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The 2010 census will use only the short form. The long form has been replaced by the Census Bureau's ongoing American Community Survey. Dr. Elizabeth Grieco, chief of the Census Bureau's Immigration Statistics Staff, told us in a recent interview that the 2010 census short form does not ask about citizenship because has not asked us to do that. the census (since at least 1980) has not distinguished citizens and permanent, legal residents from individuals here illegally, the basis for apportionment of House seats has been skewed. According to the Census Bureau's latest American Community Survey data (2007), states with a significant net gain in population by inclusion of noncitizens include Arizona, California, Florida, Illinois, Nevada, New Jersey, New York and Texas. (There are tiny net gains for Hawaii and Massachusetts.)
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