Tuesday, May 11, 2004

Bredesen's driver certificate bill passed by unanimous Senate; House vote next

"What it would do: Establishes a 'Certificate of Driving' to replace driver's licenses for people who cannot prove they are U.S. citizens or permanent legal residents. Certificate would say in large, bright yellow letters: 'Not valid for ID.' Certificate could not be used to buy guns, board airplanes or show proof of age to buy alcohol."

"What happened: Approved unanimously by the Senate yesterday."

"What's next: Scheduled for a House vote tomorrow."

The Tennessean, Nashville City Paper

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