Driving privileges for undocumented R.I. residents awaits McKee’s signature

Updated at 4:26 p.m.

THE STATE SENATE passed a $13.6 billion budget for fiscal 2023 on Thursday. / PBN FILE PHOTO/CASSIUS SHUMAN
PROVIDENCE – The General Assembly approved legislation Wednesday night that would allow undocumented Rhode Islanders to obtain driving privileges. Once Gov. Daniel J. McKee signs the bill that cleared the House into law, the Rhode Island Division of Motor Vehicles will issue driving privilege cards and driving privilege permits to state residents who can’t prove…

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  1. Morgan’s concerns about these illegal alien “licenses” are completely justified. They should look nothing like a bona fide RI license. Why make poll workers jobs any tougher than they are?
    Alzate never should have been elected.
    Why are we concerned about making illegal aliens more secure? As a life long legal RIer, I’m more concerned about making our legitimate legal citizens more secure. The illegal aliens should be concerned about becoming legal citizens and not driver permits.