One way to make roads safer
For years, I have advocated for sensible solutions to our broken immigration system that are morally right, economically sound, and politically smart. Here in Illinois, I am proud to support Senate Bill 957, legislation that requires unlicensed immigrant drivers to obtain Temporary Visitor Driver’s Licenses (TVDLs).
Currently, Illinois requires a Social Security number to obtain a driver’s license. This means that there are some 250,000 undocumented drivers who cannot obtain a valid driver’s license – or, therefore, auto insurance. But we know that they are driving every day because they need to get to work, take their kids to school, shop at grocery stores, and go to church.
Before my two terms as Illinois governor, I served as the Illinois secretary of state, where highway safety was my top priority. I know that we are all safer when every driver on the road is trained, tested, licensed and insured.
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