The Republicans who changed the licenses so they don't meet Federal laws. The radical, angry GOP in AZ. The party who breeds radicals in AZ and then exports them to other states.
See the video here at 1:00:40.
It seems the 9th Circuit judges have seen enough of Arizona's hating on Mexicans to know it when they see it.
Actually fox news is better then this any day. It supports Americans not criminals.
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Want to see my American passport?
So, what is the back story? Rosa is in the US for nearly 20 years, and yet her children were born outside the US? How is that? Why is her husband here legally but she isn't? There are too many vagueries here at play. I think Southside Presbyterian and the many well-intentioned volunteers need to get those facts clear, and not respond from an emotional, rescue stance.
Why is it that if I disagree with this article I magically become a racist who loves the Koch brothers and private prisons?
To clarify, I don't love the Koch brothers and I highly disapprove of private prisons and want our public schools, community colleges and state colleges to be funded.
I don't care if an illegal immigrant is here from Mexico, Sweden, India or Iceland, if they are here without paying for the documents and the proper screening, they do not get a driver's license.
We are about to pay more for the uninsured motorist: http://cronkitenewsonline.com/2015/01/should-arizona-raise-its-insurance-requirements-for-drivers-one-lawmaker-hopes-to-do-so/
This is also a matter of a State's rights versus the Federal government's reach.
Is this author even an American? The agenda pushing here is just so palpable.
I can tell you this Maria, if your goal is to to write articles for people who believe in unlimited Illegal immigration with no repercussions, you are a nailing it. If you goal is to make anyone on the fence about illegal immigration against it completely, you are nailing it.
I thought that journalism was give and take, presenting the facts and letting the reader decide for themselves.
This type of writing is no better than Fox News.
Back in the Day, Nazi's were a proud bunch in snappy uniforms, never afraid to spew hate for the party's cause; nowadays they hide in $500 suits and speak their hate only in code words and innuendo, shameful how they have abandoned their founding principles
Por lo menos no fue revocada por completo....y pobre gente ignorante que siempre tiene algo negativo que decir de los inmigrantes, son un asco. Soy bilingue pero que flojera discutir con gente de mente tan cerrada =)
Good luck to those that need to replace it! What a hassle
That's some real big-city lawyering right there! Glad to see our tax dollars going to such a worthy endeavor.
Chetdude, apparently your reality is another man's lawlessness. And pissing away taxpayers dollars? That rationale is ludicrous.
Proving that Arizona is "governed" by racist ideologues who would rather piss away taxpayer dollars on quixotic campaigns against rationality and reality than actually figure out a way to "govern"...
Brought to you by the same thinking that Muslims can not pay interest on home mortgages so Seattle is demanding banks give the "Sharia Law" compliant loans with no interest.
Our laws are being turned upside down for invaders.
They are here illegally already what makes you think they will comply with this? I think the chances are slim to none.
Your tax dollars at "work". Brought to you by the State Legislature that believes education is only for rich, white people and that private prisons are the future for the rest.
Guardians - You've missed the whole point. Glendale originally opposed the casino because, although unincorporated, the land was largely surrounded by the city. They've changed their position and are OK with it now and, in fact, support the project. The continued opposition comes from the other tribes because they feel that they've been hoodwinked by the TO as they 1) chose this specific property (in Maricopa County...think about that for a second) and bought it under a shell corporation to hide the fact that they were the owners; and 2) backpedaled on a verbal agreement during the gaming compact negotiations that was well publicized and assumed to be a part of the act but somehow never made it into writing. I'm not going to get into the big and largely unrelated guilt trip of what the white man did to the Indians...I'm talking about this specific case where the largest opposition to this casino comes from most of the rest of the other tribes in Arizona because they feel swindled by the TO. The political mechanisms are on behalf of the other tribes. Sorry dude, not gonna feel any white guilt over this one...this is a tribe vs. tribe issue.
Cool anything to make it a hassle to break our laws.
Considering this rewarding of criminals has been put on hold by a federal TX judge and this is a state issued document not a federal, I would tell this judge to kiss my AZ a$$.
If we do end up being forced to be complaint to these law breakers, the state should put on the license, "not to be accepted as identification".
@ladderflappy ... I guess you didn't read the Ms magazine piece or watch any of the series episodes, as anxious as you were to pass on the tired conservative conceit of "personal responsibility." I think the more important take away is that women behind bars in the American experiment with mass incarceration, the majority of them non-violent offenders, are still human beings with human needs and dreams, whose stories are often colored with genuine pathos and sometimes tragedy. Maybe we should reflect a bit on the societal (human) cost of these policies before piling on with yet another round of shallow, self-righteous shaming.
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