Skip to comments.Immigration change advocates press R.I. lawmakers for driverís licenses/ Poll
Posted on 10/25/2013 7:31:11 PM PDT by moonshinner_09
PROVIDENCE Supporters of immigration reform turned their attention to the governor, state lawmakers and Congress Thursday, saying drivers licenses, relaxed deportation policies and comprehensive national reform are needed if America is serious about helping millions of undocumented people who have come here for a better life. The group of about 15 gathered at the State House rotunda, calling themselves the local chapter of the national We Are All Arizona Coalition and drawing attention to a weeklong drive to seek dignity and respect for all immigrants. One by one, they came to the podium. The Rev. Raymond Tetrault, retired pastor at St. Teresa Roman Catholic Church in Providence, focused on drivers licenses.
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Yes: 12% (125)
No: 88% (909)
The new template for complete invasion is being written in realtime.
I will give the illegals all the dignity and respect they deserve as they head south across the US/Mexico boarder.
Now 1039 votes - still 88% no.
Interesting comment - “they walked across the border to get here, they can walk to work”! It’s not just an issue of a driver’s license, it’s auto insurance, many do not speak/read or write English. So now we’re going to have to have road signs in more than one language?
Just pure B.S.
Juan Garcia, of the Committee of Immigrants in Action. I believe he and many including parole committee’s be held responsible and liable for any actions committed by the release of convicts that should belocked up for good and new licencing of immigrants, this would shut them up
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