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    Advocates Push For Driver’s Licenses For Illegal Immigrants In Mass.

    January 25, 2014 3:03 PM
    BOSTON (AP) — The largest immigrant advocacy group in New England is again pushing lawmakers to support a bill that would allow foreign-born residents living in the country illegally to secure Massachusetts driver’s licenses.

    Massachusetts law currently requires immigrants seeking a driver’s license to prove that they are in the country legally.

    The Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition says removing that barrier — as proposed under the Safe Driving Bill — would make Massachusetts roads more secure ensuring immigrants living in the country illegally are trained, licensed and insured.

    Supporters say the bill would particularly help people who do not live near public transportation. It also would protect the health and well-being of children who depend on their parents in medical emergencies.

    Lawmakers have scheduled a hearing on the bill for Feb. 5.

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    The same State where in two seperate incidents within a couple of years I believe, two young men were run over, dragged a while beneath a vehicle of an illegal and left to die. No license or training will stop this. If the illegals wern't here in the first place, these young men would still be alive today. I'm shocked at you Massachusettes!

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