A lawsuit has been filed against the Working Families Party of New York, a known affiliate group with the ACORN network, according to a report.
A New York Post article says
“Another organization that helped found and remains closely [allied] with the WFP is the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, commonly known as ACORN,” reads a petition filed in the case, charging that “ACORN not only shares office space with the WFP . . . but Bertha Lewis, the executive director of New York ACORN, is also a state co-chair of the WFP.”
It’s unclear who filed the lawsuit, the nature of it, and why.