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Topic - Daniel Dromm
New York City could soon become the first major city to allow non-citizens to vote in its municipal elections, as city council hearings on the proposal begin today.
City Councilmember Daniel Dromm said legislation was still being crafted, with the specifics of how those who hold licenses for the carriage horses could get the vehicles and how it would be paid for still to be determined.
The City Council hasn't introduced legislation to support the idea, but Councilman Daniel Dromm said a bill is being crafted.