The Washington Times: D.C.’s noncitizen voting law takes effect, faces first legal challenge

IRLI In The News

March 14, 2023

By Stephen Dinan

The District’s new law on noncitizen voting took effect Tuesday and drew its first legal challenge from the Immigration Reform Law Institute, which says it harms the voting rights of actual citizens.

The new law applies to all city dwellers who have lived in the District for more than 30 days, and allows them to cast ballots in any city contest, though they are still not supposed to vote in races for federal office. It is the most expansive noncitizen voter policy on the books anywhere in the country.

Read the full story at The Washington Times.

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