Limited options for illegal aliens trying to renew driver's licenses

Article publisher: 
9 News
Article date: 
5 January 2018
Article category: 
Colorado News
Article Body: 
For people living in the country illegally [illegal aliens], Colorado has been issuing driver's licenses under a law implemented over three years ago.
The Law
The Colorado Road and Community Safety Act provides driver's licenses, permits or state ID cards to Colorado residents who cannot prove citizenship or legal presence in the United States.
To get one, folks must provide proof of residency, an ID and their taxes. The program is paid for by the people applying. 
Right now, only three of the DMV offices in the state issue these licenses. The one in Aurora only renews them.
The Problem
Three years later, a lot of the licenses issued through this program are now expiring. The options to renew them are limited and it's causing a problem...
The Bill Legislators Hope Will Fix The Problem
House Representative Johnathan Singer supported the Colorado Roads and Community Safety Act when it was first passed. He is now sponsoring a bill to fix the issues they oversaw, like this renewal process...


The real problem, of course, is that Colorado is allowing illegal aliens to drive on our roads.
The real solution, of course, is to build the border wall, secure our borders,
AND implement mandatory e-Verify