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Maryland city's plan to let noncitizens vote in local elections hits a snag. It didn't have enough votes


It turns out that a suburban Maryland city did not have enough votes after all to grant voting rights to noncitizens, officials said Saturday.

The College Park City Council voted 4 to 3 with one member abstaining Tuesday night on an amendment to the city’s charter that would allow noncitizens to…



Source: LA Times

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