Nevada faces a number of challenges in 2014 as an array of new programs such as unmanned drones, medical marijuana and driver ID cards for undocumented residents roll out. Two of the four Department of Motor Vehicles offices in Las Vegas were inundated with applicants Thursday — the first day immigrants could apply for a driver-privilege card. Thousands showed up to apply for a card and take their driver’s test, overloading the system so badly that DMV officials stopped taking applications by early afternoon. Officials say they expect the lines to be long for some time as a projected 60,000 …
New programs offer challenges for state in ’14
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