“Anyone here legally in the country can apply to get a drivers license…at the end of that process they will be handed a voter registration card…”
Roger Hedgecock Show March 20.
No, seriously: The Moter Voter Act actually exists…
The National Voter Registration Act of 1993 (NVRA), popularly known as The Motor Voter Act, is a legislation that required state governments to allow registration when a qualifying voter applied for or renewed their drivers license or applied for social services. This legislation forced state governments to make the voter registration process easier by providing uniform registration services through drivers’ license registration centers, disability centers, schools, libraries, and mail-in registration.
As for Rand Paul’s
pipe dream fantasy claim that, under his plan, illegal immigrants would not be eligible for welfare– I wouldn’t count on it…
Welfare benefits for the children of illegal immigrants cost America’s largest county more than $600 million last year, according to a local official keeping tabs on the cost.
Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael Antonovich released new statistics this week showing social spending for those families in his county rose to $53 million in November, putting the county government on track to spend more than $600 million on related costs for the year — up from $570 million in 2009.