From the Morning Memo:

New York Attorney General Letitia James in a tweet on Thursday said she would see the Trump administration in court if there is a move to delay the U.S. Census after a Supreme Court ruling struck down a citizenship question.

“We won’t back down,” she wrote. “See you in court.”

The decision upheld a lower court’s ruling about the question, but justices were split on other aspects of the case. New York, immigration groups and other states sued to block the question from being included on the form, given the potential for undocumented immigrants to not answer and create an under count in the process.

President Donald Trump, in Japan this week for the G20 summit, said he asked administration lawyers to potentially delay the once-a-decade head count as the case continues to be resolved.

The U.S. Constitution requires a census of the country be conducted every 10 years.