California Gov. vetoes ‘Anti-Arizona’ bill

California Gov. Jerry Brown has garnered both praise and disappointment from many in the Hispanic community by signing a bill allowing immigrants to receive drivers licenses, followed by a veto of the “anti-Arizona” bill.

AB2189, introduced by Assemblyman Gil Cedillo, D-Los Angeles, would have allowed the Department of Motor Vehicles to issue drivers licenses to illegal immigrants who are eligible for work permits under a new Obama administration policy. The bill requires the department to accept any document the federal government provides to participants in its deferred action program as proof of legal residency.

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If interested in discussing immigration law, you can contact Brian Bergin, director of Rose Law Group’s litigation department, bbergin@roselawgroup.com

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