Driving licences and immigration: The road to political trouble - The Economist

Driving licences and immigration: The road to political trouble

Driving licences and immigration: The road to political trouble - The Economist
Driving licences and immigration: The road to political trouble
Published Sep 11, 2004
931 words — Published Sep 11, 2004
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A tricky issue on the gubernator's desk WHY do so many Californian drivers--some 3.4m out of a total of 23m--take to the roads without insurance? One answer is that a great many of them are illegal immigrants, unable to get a driving...

  
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