Key Democrats in the New York Legislature have proposed a bill that would require access to an attorney for any resident of New York facing deportation, regardless of whether that individual is lawfully residing in the country, in a move that’s also supported by the New York State Bar Association.

The Access to Representation Act, introduced Wednesday, would provide a statutory right to counsel for indigent individuals facing deportation.

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