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California officials push driver's licenses for undocumented immigrants




Lizette Mata of the California DMV addresses meeting-goers at the Dolores Mission in Boyle Heights.
Lizette Mata of the California DMV addresses meeting-goers at the Dolores Mission in Boyle Heights.
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California is about to become the biggest state to allow immigrants in the country illegally to apply for driver's license. More than a million people are expected to apply over three years, but there is the matter of what the license will look like.

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Even though the Department of Homeland Security doesn't like California's design, state officials continue to push it. For more, we're joined by KPCC's Josie Huang, who covers immigration and emerging communities.