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Police name West Glenwood hit-and-run suspect

From newspaper: Running Quezada-Cruz’s criminal history, officers found that he has been “deported numerous times for various other crimes -
Post Independent
Thursday, August 3, 2017
Colorado News

Glenwood police are looking for for 30-year-old Louis Alberto Quezada-Cruz, who they suspect is the hit-and-run driver from Sunday night’s head-on collision in West Glenwood.

Two people were seriously injured in the crash.

Giving driver's licenses to those here illegally transformed many lives. Then came Trump

Last year, under Obama: Vermont DMV employees regularly provided unsolicited notice to ICE agents when they suspected fraudulent documents... ICE also checked for information re driver's privilege cards...
LA Times
Saturday, April 22, 2017
National News

Leticia Aceves remembers the fear of that first drive alone.

She was pregnant and in the country illegally with no driver’s license, and little grasp of English or California’s traffic laws. She had a doctor’s appointment, so she drove her Volkswagen on side streets ...

Dear Mr. President-Elect, Please Pick a Fight with California on Behalf of the American People

Saturday, January 7, 2017
National News

Even though most Americans view California as a lost cause—the “land of fruits and nuts”—and now, the epicenter of resistance to President-Elect Trump, it would be a mistake to ignore it.

New Mexico governor signs REAL ID bill on driver's licenses

Tuesday, March 8, 2016
National News
After years of pressuring lawmakers and facing criticism from immigrant [illegal alien] rights groups, New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez signed a bipartisan bill Tuesday that revises the state's immigrant [illegal alien] driver's license law and puts New Mexico in compliance with tougher federal identification requirements.

Pew study finds several problems in the state-based drivers licenses for illegal aliens programs

Denver Post
Thursday, November 26, 2015
Colorado News

...About a dozen states, from Vermont to California, have run into a range of problems as they have launched state-based programs to expand driving privileges to millions of residents [illegal aliens] living in the shadows, according to a new report.

Battle looming over illegal alien driver's licenses

Post Independent
Thursday, October 15, 2015
Colorado News

[...] Daria Serna, spokeswoman for the Colorado Department of Revenue ... notes that people are not showing up — there have been more than 5,000 missed appointments since the program launched ...


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