From our friends at Lakewood News Network:

Legislation being branded as “drivers licenses for all” passed both houses of the legislature today, as the Assembly voted 42-30, and the Senate voted 21-17, to pass bill A4743/S3229, which would allow residents unable to prove lawful presence in US to receive drivers permits and licenses.

All drivers license applicants would be required to provide satisfactory proof of identity and age, and one document providing proof of residency, equal to the same 6 points as currently required.

The bill now heads to the governor’s desk.

Thoughts on this bill?