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Md. House Votes to Curtail Illegal Immigrant Licenses

The Maryland House of Delegates has voted 76-60 to pass a compromise bill making motorists who cannot prove they are in the country legally ineligible for a Maryland driver's license. Under the proposal, those who previously received licenses by providing foreign documents that lacked a U.S. visa stamp could get a one-time driving permit. The permits, which could not be used for access to federal buildings or commercial airplanes, would expire in 2015.

The Senate has not yet voted on the measure.

By Anne Bartlett  |  April 13, 2009; 10:54 PM ET
Categories:  General Assembly  
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Good Job Maryland!

For those here illegally, please go home, and if you really want to be a U.S. citizen. Apply, learn english, get in line, and do it right.


Posted by: hannibal81 | April 13, 2009 11:53 PM | Report abuse

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