LA removes citizenship requirement to work government jobs

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The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors decided last week to nix US citizenship as a requirement for government jobs within the county. The vote was unanimous and its supporters cited being “equitable” and the need for “inclusion” as the reasons why the measure passed.

Fox News reports that the board barred any discussion on the bill, which was authored by Chair Hilda L. Solis and Sheila Kuehl. The policy does carve out exceptions for state and federal government jobs that require US citizenship as well as peace officer employment, such as applicants to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.

Los Angeles County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl recently referred to those who object to mask mandates as “snowflake weepies” during a virtual Board of Supervisors meeting with the county’s public health director Barbara Ferrer.

Kuehl and Solis previously supported a measure to prohibit any official travel to the state of Florida from LA, in the wake of a recent anti-grooming law that is now in effect, that bolsters parents’ rights in education.

The Board of Supervisors had prepared for the illegal alien employment move last year when they asked the Office of the County Counsel and the Department of Human Resources whether it was legal or not to remove the requisite for citizenship to work for the government.

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