Senate Bill 1081 would allow all Idaho residents who have passed a written and driving test, paid the fees, and provided proof of identity and residence, to receive a driver's authorization license--regardless of citizenship status.
It does not give the card holder additional rights or privileges associated with having a regular driver's license. Currently there are 18 states and territories that provide some form of driver’s licenses to undocumented residents. Idaho is long overdue to join other states that have benefited from all individuals being able to obtain legal driving privileges.
Read our one-pager on Senate Bill 1081 to learn more.
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