Google Groups no longer supports new Usenet posts or subscriptions. Historical content remains viewable.

NYC law that would have allowed 800K non-citizens to vote struck as unconstitutional by appeals court

Skip to first unread message


Feb 22, 2024, 8:06:58 AMFeb 22

Feb. 21, 2024, 8:28

A controversial New York City law that would have allowed 800,000
non-citizens, but legal residents, to vote in municipal elections was
struck down as unconstitutional by a state appeals court Wednesday.

“We determine that this local law was enacted in violation of the New
York State Constitution and Municipal Home Rule Law, and thus, must
be declared null and void,” Appellate Judge Paul Wooten wrote in the
3-1 majority decision.

More liberal bullshit. The liberals would open the borders allow the
world population to enter and give them the right to vote.

Hard to believe isn't it?

0 new messages