A Texas congressman has been joined by nearly a dozen others in the U.S. House in an effort to push back against the invasive personal questions contained in the Census Bureau's annual "American Community Survey."
A bill to make most of the questions in the multi-page interrogation optional has been introduced before by U.S. Rep. Ted Poe, but with this year's GOP majority, the legislation could advance.
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I hope this legislation does advance and pass. The government shouldn't be trying to pry into the lives of Americans. We are the governments boss, not the other way around. If they insist you answer their questions that are too personal, I would answer them incorrectly.
The federal government needs to understand it's place, that WE THE PEOPLE run this nation. Not them!