March 15, 2023
By Ryan Mills
A Washington, D.C.-based law firm is challenging a new D.C. law that authorizes voting by non-citizens, including illegal immigrants and embassy staffers from hostile foreign nations.
The D.C. law, which was approved by the D.C. City Council in October, technically went into effect on Tuesday after the Senate took no action to block it.
Read the full story at National Review.
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