West Virginia’s House of Delegates passed a resolution Tuesday that would let voters decide whether to prohibit people who are not U.S. citizens from voting in elections.
WEST VIRGINIA HOUSE ADVANCES BILL REQUIRING STATE ID TO ACCESS INTERNET PORNOGRAPHY
The resolution passed on a 96-0 vote with little debate and now moves to the state Senate. Both chambers are overwhelmingly Republican. If the 34-member Senate passes the resolution by a two-thirds vote, it woul
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