An Act Relative to Work and Family Mobility

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Allowing Bay Stater's to apply for driver's licenses regardless of their immigration status is common sense public policy that benefits everyone. We therefore ask you to send a letter to your lawmakers in the Massachusetts State Legislature to urge them to pass An Act Relative to Work and Family Mobility (H.3012/S.2061) this legislative session. This legislation would enable all qualified Massachusetts drivers, regardless of immigration status, to apply for a standard license, which could only be used for driving, not for benefits, boarding a plane, or voting.

Studies show that similar legislation in fourteen other states has lowered the number of uninsured drivers, reduced  hit-and-run accidents, lowered insurance premiums for everyone, increased state revenue through license applications, and boosted state economies through increased auto and insurance sales

With 78% of Massachusetts workers driving to work, the ability to get a license is essential. Send the following letter to your  to let the Legislature know you support An Act Relative to Work and Family Mobility.

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