N.C. Toughens Immigrant License Process

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North Carolina enacts a new law that will make it harder for immigrants to get driver's licenses. Following recommendations from the Office of Homeland Security, the state will no longer accept ID cards from Mexico or Latin America, instead requiring either social security cards, immigration documents, or vehicle registration papers. Leda Hartman reports.



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