NYC law allowing 800K noncitizens to vote deemed unconstitutional

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In a significant ruling, an appeals court in New York struck down a contentious city law that would have allowed approximately 800,000 non-citizens, though legal residents, to vote in local elections. This decision upheld the New York State Constitution, which reserves voting rights exclusively for citizens. The law’s supporters argued it would enhance representation in communities with large non-citizen populations, but critics saw it as an unconstitutional attempt to skew electoral demographics. This ruling echoes a broader debate on voter eligibility and the integrity of the electoral process in the United States, spotlighting the ongoing tension between local legislative initiatives and constitutional mandates.

#NYCVotingLawOverturned #CitizenshipAndVotingRights #ElectoralIntegrity

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