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Thomas B. Hofeller, a leading Republican strategist who passed away last year, whose digital files were made public as part of the U.S. census question on citizenship litigation. Thomas B. Hofeller, a leading Republican strategist who passed away last year. Hofeller’s digital files were made public as part of the U.S. census question on citizenship litigation. Photo: C-SPAN via AP

The Trump administration on Saturday rebuffed arguments from civil rights groups that two government-affiliated witnesses falsely testified about the origin of a question concerning citizenship that was planned for the 2020 U.S. Census.

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Dan M. Clark

Dan M. Clark is the Albany reporter for the New York Law Journal. He covers the state Court of Appeals, the state legislature, state regulators, and more. Email Dan anytime at dmclark@alm.com.

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