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April 4, 2013
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Senate Transportation Committee hears about licenses for those in U.S. illegally

Creating a Driver Privilege Card allowing those living here illegally and others to legally drive is as much a public-safety issue as anything else, the Senate Transportation Committee was told Wednesday. The card isn’t the same as a driver’s license because it can’t be used as identification for anything other than driving, said Senate Majority Leader Mo Denis, D-Las Vegas. He said that means it can’t be used to access benefits or register to vote, for example, or to get on an airplane. Based on the system Utah has had in place for eight years, he said, it would help …

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