Much has been in the news about the 2020 Census.
President Trump and administration officials want a question added asking about citizenship, but according to NBC News, Federal law only requires that the secretary of commerce take a census of "population", not just citizens.
So what would happen if you lied on the Census? Federal law says any person who doesn't answer questions can be fined $100 and $500 for anyone who willfully lies or gives false information.
But NBC News believes that since the Census is mailed to addresses, not individuals, the people in the household should be protected. Additionally, NBC News points out that Census answers cannot be "used to the detriment of the persons to whom such information relates."
Have you ever lied on the Census?