New York Legislature Adjourns Without Passing National Popular Vote Plan Bill

The New York legislature adjourned for the year on June 21. It did not pass the National Popular Vote Plan bill. Oddly enough, the bill did pass the Senate, which has a Republican majority. But the bill did not pass the Assembly, which has a strong Democratic majority. Generally, in other states, it is Democratic chambers that are likely to pass the idea, and Republican-majority chambers tend not to pass the idea.

3 comments

  1. Demo Rep · · Reply

    NO uniform definition of Elector-Voter in the NPV scheme from Hell.

    Means nothing to New Age math/law MORONS.

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