Quijano Announces Hearing Date for Legislation to Create Two Categories of Driver’s Licenses

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Quijano Announces Hearing Date for Legislation to Create Two Categories of Driver’s Licenses

 

(TRENTON) – Assemblywoman Annette Quijano (D-Union) released the following statement today regarding her bill (A-4743) which creates two categories of driver’s licenses and identification cards, allows residents unable to prove lawful presence in US to receive permits, and standard driver’s licenses or identification cards:

 

            “I am pleased to announce that the Assembly Judiciary Committee has scheduled a hearing for December 9, 2019 at which time the panel will consider my legislation to allow all eligible residents in New Jersey to obtain a driver’s license. We have worked exhaustively to draft a fair, comprehensive and responsible bill. I thank all of the advocates and stakeholders that have helped craft this legislation and I look forward to hearing from all interested parties on December 9.”

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