Mayor Adams not ruling out vetoing noncitizen voting bill, angering NYC Council progressives
New York City Mayor-elect Eric Adams said he would be taking his first three paychecks as mayor in Bitcoin digital currency. - Luiz C. Ribeiro/TNS

NEW YORK — Mayor Adams on Tuesday did not rule out vetoing a bill that would extend voting rights to noncitizen New Yorkers, upsetting fellow Democrats in the City Council who say he’d flip-flop on a key campaign promise by torpedoing the legislation. The bill, which would allow roughly 800,000 green card holders and immigrants with certain work visas to vote in local elections, passed the Council on Dec. 9, but Mayor de Blasio never signed it before leaving office, giving Adams final say on the matter. Speaking at an unrelated press conference Tuesday afternoon, Adams said he’s concerned abou...