Opinion: License undocumented residents to drive legally in New Jersey

By Erika J. Nava

Allowing all residents the opportunity to drive legally would make New Jersey safer, help its economy and increase the well-being of many families. The Garden State should follow the lead of 11 states and Washington D.C., and ensure that all drivers – regardless of their immigration status – are tested, trained, licensed, insured and accountable for their driving records.

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