|Date of Issuance||Title||Headnotes|
|10/07/1994||The Twenty-Second Decennial Census||
Neither the Enumeration Clause of the Constitution nor the Census Act precludes the Bureau of the Census from statistically adjusting “headcounts” in the decennial census for the year 2000 or conducting the non-response follow-up on a sample basis.
The provision in the Census Act prohibiting sampling for purposes of apportionment of the House of Representatives does not preclude reliance upon statistical adjustments that would improve the accuracy of “headcount” data.
|10/07/1994||Availability of Money Damages Under the Religious Freedom Restoration Act||
Section 3(c) of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which makes available “appropriate relief” in judicial proceedings against federal and state government entities, does not waive or abrogate the sovereign immunity of federal and state governments against the award of money damages.