No real Funding!

An opinion piece in the Santa Cruz Sentinal zeroes in on the lack of funding, and what it means to California. Quotes:

“Unfortunately, it does not provide dollars and cents for states. … For California, this could be a huge problem, since the state has some 800,000, at a minimum, undocumented workers. In the Pajaro Valley, the estimate is between 10,000 and 20,000 undocumented workers, who are the backbone of the agricultural industry. …
we have a big problem with the federal government essentially taking authority over a state function — issuing driver’s licenses — without providing any funding for implementation.”


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