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NY Clerk Files Lawsuit Against Issuing Driver’s Licenses To Illegals

A New York county clerk who refused to issue licenses to illegals in June is taking the law–that he vowed never to follow–to court. Michael “Mickey” Kearns made headlines in June when he openly defied Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Green Light Bill that mandated clerks throughout the state to issue driver’s licenses to those residing in America as aliens. He is ...

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Here Are The New York Clerks Refusing To Issue Driver’s Licenses To Illegal Aliens

New York clerks in upstate counties are refusing to comply with Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s recently passed law Green Light law, which mandates driver’s licenses for illegal immigrants. Clerks in Rensselaer, Niagra, Chautauqua and Allegany Counties are refusing to comply following Erie County Clerk Michael Kearns’s statements to the press that he will not grant driver’s licenses to illegal immigrants — ...

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New York County Clerk Refuses to Give Driver’s Licenses to Illegals, Despite New Law

Erie County Clerk Michael “Mickey” Kearns told a local outlet that he will not issue licenses to illegal aliens in defiance of a new New York Law. New York Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed into law the Green Light Bill Monday, which allows illegals to obtain driver’s licenses, WIVB4 reports. Kearns adamantly disapproves of the bill and he’s seeking legal ...

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Eating Their Own: Justice Democrats Select Candidate to Primary 30-Year Democratic Congressman

‘Justice Democrats’ is backing a progressive political rookie who launched his campaign to unseat a 30-year Democratic New York congressman this week. Democratic New York Rep. Eliot Engel, 72, has multiple challengers including Jamaal Bowman, a 43-year-old public middle school founder and principal, reported The Huffington Post Tuesday. Justice Democrats, the group that propelled Ocasio-Cortez to victory in 2018, recruited ...

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New York Moves Closer To Giving Driver’s Licenses To Illegal Immigrants

The New York Assembly on Wednesday passed legislation that would allow state residents who entered the country illegally to obtain driver’s licenses. In a vote that fell along party lines, New York state representatives voted 86-50 in favor of the controversial “Green Light” bill, which would let illegal immigrants apply for a driver’s license with foreign documentation. Passage of the ...

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ICE arrests 31 in 5-day New York City metropolitan-area enforcement surge

NEW YORK – Officers from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) New York arrested 31 during a 5-day enforcement surge, from May 19-23rd, in New York City, Long Island and the Hudson Valley. During the effort, which focused on persons ordered removed from the U.S. with criminal convictions or pending charges, ERO deportation officers arrested ...

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New York Lawmakers Pass Bill That Would Allow Congress to Access Trump’s State Tax Returns

The New York state Assembly passed a bill Wednesday to allow Congress to obtain information on state tax returns for elected officials, which could include President Donald Trump’s documents. The bill passed 84-53 and would allow the New York Department of Taxation and Finance commissioner to release any state tax returns about those in federal, state and local elected or ...

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Two Longtime NYC Congressmen Have Young Socialist Challengers Hoping To Mimic AOC

Democratic New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s upset victory over Joe Crowley in 2018 is inspiring other primary challengers with similar pedigrees: New York City millennials advocating for democratic socialists policies. Shaniyat Chowdhury, a 27-year-old Marine veteran, said Tuesday that he will officially announce his campaign to oust Democratic New York Rep. Gregory Meeks next week. Isiah James, a 32-year-old Army ...

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New York Judge Strikes Down Rule Over Private And Religious School Inspections

A New York judge struck down a rule that allowed public inspection of private schools Wednesday. Judge Christina Ryba ruled that the updated guidelines were not enacted in compliance with the State Administrative Procedure Act (SAPA), The Associated Press reported Thursday. The New York State Education Department introduced the set of guidelines in November 2018 to check if private schools were ...

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Trump And Andrew Cuomo Prepare For A War Over Natural Gas Pipelines

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President Donald Trump blasted New York’s blocking of natural gas pipelines from passing through the state. Governor Andrew Cuomo sais he would fight Trump’s planned permitting reforms “tooth and nail.” New York has blocked permits for pipelines needed to alleviate natural gas shortages in the northeast. President Donald Trump’s executive order to expedite oil and natural gas pipelines could spark ...

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NY Lawmakers To Introduce Bill That Would Force Trump To Release State Tax Returns

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Democratic New York lawmakers are set on obtaining President Donald Trump’s tax returns and will propose this week yet another bill aimed at doing so despite a number of failed previous efforts at the federal level. New York lawmakers are seeking the president’s state tax returns rather than federal tax returns in an effort to access information that they believe ...

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New York Politician Boots Chick-Fil-A From Buffalo Airport

Buffalo Niagara International Airport canceled plans to open a Chick-fil-A after a New York congressman accused the fast-food chain of discrimination. Democratic New York State Assemblyman Sean Ryan took issue with Chick-fil-A’s Christian stances in a Facebook post that pushed the Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority (NFTA) to decide against previous plans to install the Chick-fil-A at the airport. “I was disappointed ...

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New York County Bans Unvaccinated Kids In Public Places Amid Record-Setting Measles Outbreak

A New York county announced a 30-day ban Tuesday on unvaccinated children in public places amid a record-setting measles outbreak that prompted a state of emergency declaration. People under 18 who have not been vaccinated against measles are barred from places including malls, restaurants, schools and even houses of worship in Rockland County, reported CNN. “It’s an attention grab, there’s ...

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New York Man Gets State Stun Gun Ban Overturned Based On His Second Amendment Rights |

Banning the personal ownership of stun guns in New York state is unconstitutional because it violates individuals’ Second Amendment right to bear arms, a federal judge ruled Friday. “New York’s sweeping prohibition on the possession and use of tasers and stun guns by all citizens for all purposes, even for self-defense in one’s own home, must be declared unconstitutional,” U.S. ...

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Private Schools Sue New York Education Department Over Classroom Inspections |

A group of 11 private schools sued the New York State Education Department (NYSED) Wednesday over a set of guidelines announced in November 2018, one of which allows public education officials to inspect private schools. The New York State Association for Independent Schools (NYSAIS) is leading the lawsuit to prevent private schools from possibly compromising their independence, the New York ...

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