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Commentary: Let noncitizens vote. What's the worst that could happen?

As if President Donald Trump's America needed more reason to hate California, here comes news that San Francisco began to register noncitizens last week to vote in local school board elections this November.

Actually, it's old news: Voters approved the plan in 2016 with the passage of Measure N. But its implementation has triggered Fox News and their peers, and has Republican politicians whispering that this is the latest Democratic plot to use undocumented Mexicans to

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