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Another city in Maryland may soon let non-citizens vote

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College Park, Maryland, is considering an amendment that would allow non-citizens to vote, with supporters saying that not letting everyone vote is taxation without representation.

Other cities in Maryland have allowed people without citizenship to vote, including Takoma Park and Hyattsville; if the city council approves the amendment on Tuesday, College Park will be the largest municipality in the state to allow non-citizen voting.

Doc Thompson and the guys discussed the story and the general insanity of tolerating illegal immigration on Monday’s “The Morning Blaze with Doc Thompson.” Is non-citizen voting the next step to open borders?

Critics of the amendment in College Park argued that voting is a privilege granted only to citizens, not an automatic right because you live in the area, the Hyattsville Life & Times reported.

In other news, Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) spoke against a Trump-endorsed immigration plan introduced last week, saying that reducing legal immigration would be devastating for California’s agriculture industry because the state would have far fewer workers willing to work “in 100 degrees temperature.”

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