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Miguel Ayala holds his application with his Mexican passport while waiting in line with other immigrants at a California Department of Motor Vehicles office to register for drivers licenses in Stanton, Calif., Friday, Jan. 2, 2015. Hundreds of people packed into state offices and waited on hours-long lines Friday as …

California Licenses 800K Illegal Aliens as Motor Voter Law Looms

Over the last two years, the Golden State has licensed over 800,000 illegal aliens to drive, and as the new motor voter law AB 1461 goes into effect in 2017, anti-Trump lawmakers are vowing to fight the Trump administration on attempts to enforce immigration law.

Police Checkpoint

Spanish Language Facebook Page Alerts Illegal Aliens to Police Checkpoints

A Spanish-speaking Facebook group is being used to alert 29,753 members of law enforcement checkpoints. Posts on the page claims it is alerting those “who don’t have a driver license and [to] report accidents” but it could also be used to avoid law enforcement for any criminal activity, including human, drug, and sex trafficking.

Gutierrez at USC (Michelle Moons / Breitbart News)

Rep. Gutierrez Preps Illegals for ‘Dream Act’ on Cross-Country Tour

U.S. Representative Luis Gutierrez (D-IL) isn’t letting a judge’s orders keep him from a cross-country tour that landed in Los Angeles this weekend, counseling illegal aliens on how to apply for Obama’s executive actions on immigration–DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) and DAPA (Deferred Action for Parental Accountability)–and to stay in the country with newly minted legal status.

Organ donation (Reuters)

Illegal Aliens Give Back by Donating Organs at DMV

California’s 2015-implemented illegal alien driver license law (AB 60) has already granted legal driver status to 147,000 non-U.S. citizens. One result: a surge in the number of of organ donors in the state.

REUTERS/Jason Redmond

Drivers’ Licenses Open for Illegal Aliens in CA

A 2013 law that allows undocumented immigrants to attain driver’s licenses will go into effect on Friday, marking the first time in 20 years that individuals who are living in California illegally will be permitted to apply for one.