NY Supreme Court strikes down New York City’s law allowing noncitizens to vote 


NY Supreme Court strikes down New York City’s law allowing noncitizens to vote

  • The New York City Council approved a law last December allowing legal residents who have been in the city for at least 30 days to vote
  • The law would have added around 800,000 noncitizens to the city’s voter rolls, including green card holders and DACA recipients 
  • Justice Ralph Porzio, of Staten Island, ruled Monday that the law violated the state constitution which requires voters be citizens 
  • He said…



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