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Md. Senate Follows House in Denying Licenses to Illegal Immigrants

The Maryland Senate, which initially passed a more conservative approach, quickly followed the House tonight in endorsing the bill that ends Maryland's practice of giving driver's licenses to illegal immigrants. It voted 29-16 in favor, after cutting off an attempted filibuster.

Gov. Martin O'Malley (D) is expected to sign the bill.

By Anne Bartlett  |  April 13, 2009; 11:36 PM ET
Categories:  General Assembly  
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Thank you, Delegates!!! Finally, the citizens have been heard. Thank you to everyone who made your opinions known. We'll all be safer now, in many aspects.

Posted by: amhmd | April 13, 2009 11:57 PM | Report abuse

GOOD CALL! No ILLEGAL ALIEN has a right to a driver's license. My God, they don't ever have a right to be in this Country!

Maybe it's time for Maryland and Delaware to get some State Illegal Immigration Laws to free our States of the ILLEGAL ALIENS. The Oklahoma or Missouri State Illegal Immigration Laws are good laws. Then there is the Mississippi or South Carolina laws. Arizona has a very good law!

Let's go! It's time for ZERO TOLEENCE with these ILLEGAL ALIENS!

Posted by: scuncic | April 14, 2009 10:33 AM | Report abuse

DEPORT!!! DEPORT!!! DEPORT!!! DEPORT!!! DEPORT!!! DEPORT!!! DEPORT!!! DEPORT!!! DEPORT!!! DEPORT!!! DEPORT!!! DEPORT!!! DEPORT!!! DEPORT!!! DEPORT!!! DEPORT!!! DEPORT!!! DEPORT!!! DEPORT!!! DEPORT!!! DEPORT!!! DEPORT!!! DEPORT!!! DEPORT!!! and vote out the pi$$ poor examples of leaders in Maryland.

Posted by: pbrown8155 | April 14, 2009 1:56 PM | Report abuse

ahhh, oh oh.....this doesnt sound good.

I see a lot of hit and runs and high insurance premiums in the future

Posted by: l6m1n9 | April 14, 2009 6:02 PM | Report abuse

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