Bill Debate: Undocumented Working Immigrants Having The Right To Vote?

After much deliberation, the Blue Legislature passed a bill allowing undocumented immigrants who pay state income taxes the right to vote. Bill Sponsor Seeyade Gizachew, argued that these immigrants receive no type of government assistance including FAFSA, welfare, or food stamps, but are still required to pay a portion of their income sales and property tax. Immigrants … Continue reading “Bill Debate: Undocumented Working Immigrants Having The Right To Vote?”

Capitol vs. Convention Center-Blue Legislature Weighs In

As a member of the Blue Legislature, delegates have to be in the Capitol chambers and the Convention Center. Delegates have a variety of opinions on the positives and negatives on having their sessions in both places. Forrest Kim, a Committee Chair for the Senate, weighed in on what makes the Capitol so special to … Continue reading “Capitol vs. Convention Center-Blue Legislature Weighs In”