Justin Levitt

Loyola Law School

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Justin Levitt is a professor of Lawat Loyola Law School. He specializes in election and constitutional law. He served as deputy assistant attorney general in the US Department of Justice's Civil Rights Division under President Obama.

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How changing the Census affects representation and federal funding

The Commerce Department has announced that the 2020 census will include a new question about whether or not you are a citizen.

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President Trump claims that three million people voted illegally last year, and he's established a  Commission on Election Integrity .

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President Trump claims that three million people voted illegally last year, and he's established a Commission on Election Integrity .

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