California Debates Licenses for Illegal Immigrants California legislators are considering a proposal to give driver's licenses to more than 1 million illegal immigrants. The Los Angeles police chief supports the effort. But critics are already preparing petitions for a California ballot initiative that would ban illegal immigrants from ever getting a license. NPR's Carrie Kahn reports.
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California Debates Licenses for Illegal Immigrants

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California Debates Licenses for Illegal Immigrants

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California Debates Licenses for Illegal Immigrants

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California legislators are considering a proposal to give driver's licenses to more than 1 million illegal immigrants. The Los Angeles police chief supports the effort. But critics are already preparing petitions for a California ballot initiative that would ban illegal immigrants from ever getting a license. NPR's Carrie Kahn reports.