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Candidates Weigh Illegal Immigrants' Driving Rights

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Candidates Weigh Illegal Immigrants' Driving Rights

Election 2008

Candidates Weigh Illegal Immigrants' Driving Rights

Candidates Weigh Illegal Immigrants' Driving Rights

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Democrats vying for their party's presidential nomination disagreed at their debate Tuesday night about whether states should issue driver's licenses to illegal immigrants.

The questions were what to do about people who are driving without having proved they are safe drivers, and whether states should give official identification to someone illegally in the U.S.

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