Robyn Burwell, an English professor at Abilene Christian University and Libertarian candidate for Texas State Representative, District 85, is quoted in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram:
"My position, at this point, is that the only constitutional part of it is for them to do a head count," she said. "The bottom line is, I feel like the government has been trying to find ways to get information they don't necessarily need."
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