Glenwood DMV now offers licenses for illegal aliens under expansion of 2013 state law

Article CAIRCO note: 
Spokesperson Marissa Molina is a illegal alien Dreamer Polis appointed.
Article author: 
John Stroud
Article publisher: 
Post Independent
Article date: 
8 January 2020
Article category: 
Colorado News
Article Body: 

Scarcity of appointment times and long waits should be a thing of the past for undocumented Garfield County residents seeking to obtain a Colorado driver’s license under a six-year-old state program.

That’s because, as of Jan. 2, the SB251 driver’s license program for immigrants was expanded to include the Glenwood Springs Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV) office and four other locations around the state, under new legislation approved last year ...

The new legislation, signed by Gov. Jared Polis last year, expands the program to DMV facilities in Glenwood Springs, Montrose, Durango, Pueblo and Lamar. Offices in Alamosa and Sterling are to be added in June ...

“Expanding access to driver’s licenses will make life better for countless hardworking Colorado families, grow our economy, and make our state stronger in every way,” Molina  [Marissa Molina of, part of the statewide I-Drive Coalition]  said ...

CAIRCO Research

Colorado State Manager is First Dreamer to Serve on a State Board-Marissa Molina, Statement, March 8, 2019