The city reopened five enrollment centers in July, for a total of 15 locations around the five boroughs and 4 popup locations.
In a victory for city officials and immigrants' rights advocates, a Staten Island judge has ruled that data used to sign up for the IDNYC program can legally be destroyed.
The city has to keep the data until at least January, at least.
The municipal ID program came with a delete-in-case-of-strongman-conservative-president clause.
Or if he REALLY got his way, a half million fewer residents.
The mayor says the city will shield its large population of undocumented immigrants from aggressive anti-immigrant policies Donald Trump has proposed.
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