President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will debate each other for the first time Tuesday; we preview what’s in store for tonight. It comes as a federal judge ruled last week the U.S. Census count can continue through to the October 31 deadline, blocking the Trump Administration’s plan to end it a month early. Today on Insight, a look at the first presidential debate and the conflict surrounding the Census means, and what groups stand to lose the most.
Ken Rudin's Political Junkie podcast hot and political journalist Ken Rudin previews the first debate between President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden
KPCC and LAist Census Reporter Caroline Champlin on the decision to allow the U.S. Census to continue it’s count another month and why it matters to California
UCLA Law Critical Race Studies Professor and Faculty Director Laura Gómez explains the significance of the 2020 Census for Latinos and the nation
Census expert and Former U.S. House of Representatives Census Oversight Subcommittee Staff Director Terri Ann Lowenthal explains what a significant census undercount would mean for the next decade and how the count is fairing under historically challenging conditions