Tennessee Uses Drivers' Licenses to Track Immigrants

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Tennessee begins using driving records in an effort to track immigrants. Instead of a state-issued driver's license, temporary and undocumented immigrants will receive driving certificates. State officials call it an anti-terror measure, but some say the certificates will cause more confusion. Jacqueline Fellows of member station WPLN reports.

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