The much-awaited results of the 2020 Census are slated to be released next week to finally begin the decennial period of Congressional redistricting, according to a report.
The results, which will partially decide what the makeup of sessions will look like for the next ten years, will have an immediate effect on 2022 House races, as some states risk losing seats while other states will see gains in their respective congressional delegations.
Former President Donald Trump last year ordered the Census Bureau not to include immigrants here illegally in the nationwide headcount, but that order was challenged in court.
In a win for Democrats, the case was not resolved by the U.S. Supreme Court by the time Trump left office.
President Joe Biden announced in January that illegal immigrants would be included in the Census — and their numbers would apply during apportionment. Republicans, however, at the state level won a