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Court Strikes Down NYC Non-citizen Voting Law; Trump Defendants Seek Delay In $354m Fraud Case Fines | NTD News Today

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A state appeals court on Wednesday declared as unconstitutional a New York City law permitting noncitizen voting in local elections—a victory for election integrity advocates and opponents of the legislation who mounted a legal challenge. Former President Donald Trump’s attorneys are asking New York Supreme Court judge Arthur Engoron to delay enforcing the $355 million civil fraud ruling against him for one month. In a letter to the judge yesterday, attorneys accused New York Attorney General Letitia James of rushing to enforce the judgement. James had threatened to seize Trump’s buildings if he can’t pay the fine. And in Georgia, the Fulton County Board of Ethics confirmed it will take up multiple complaints against Trump prosecutor Fani Willis.  An unprecedented expose of Beijing's global spying activities. Leaked documents from a Chinese state-linked spying agency allegedly show China's cyber intrusions against foreign governments and infrastructure. Hackers claim they have the ability to attack Microsoft, Apple and Google users, according to The Washington Post.
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