Thursday, April 08, 2004

CT to restrict aliens' licenses

Connecticut is taking some common-sense steps to strengthen homeland security, but it seems that Yale is not too happy with it.
The measure, which passed the Connecticut General Assembly's Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee by a vote of 23-21, would require the state to issue non-citizens driver's licenses that expire when visitors' legal status in the United States ends....

"We're working against it," [Yale President Richard] Levin said. "Obviously, it won't be good for our foreign students." Supporters of the bill, however, said they expected the measure to have little impact on international visitors who are in the country legally.

Socialists, like Levin, make no damn sense.

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