Legal challenge targets New Mexico driver’s license system

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Legal challenge targets New Mexico driver’s license system

Former Santa Fe Mayor David Coss, middle, announces a lawsuit on Monday in Santa Fe, N.M., accusing the state of New Mexico of unlawfully denying driver’s authorization cards to some residents under a system adopted in 2016 to meet federal REAL ID Act requirements. State Sen. Liz Stefanics, left, and New Mexico ACLU Executive Director Peter Simonson sit in.

Legal challenge targets New Mexico driver’s license system

Former Santa Fe Mayor David Coss, middle, announces a lawsuit on Monday in Santa Fe, N.M., accusing the state of New Mexico of unlawfully denying driver’s authorization cards to some residents under a system adopted in 2016 to meet federal REAL ID Act requirements. State Sen. Liz Stefanics, left, and New Mexico ACLU Executive Director Peter Simonson sit in.

Legal challenge targets New Mexico driver’s license system

Marcela Diaz, right, executive director of the immigrant advocacy group Somos Un Pueblo Unido, announces a lawsuit on Monday in Santa Fe, N.M. Seated are state Sen. Liz Stefanics, left, plaintiff and former Santa Fe Mayor David Coss, middle, and New Mexico ACLU Executive Director Peter Simonson. The suit accuses the state of New Mexico of unlawfully denying driver’s authorization cards to some residents under a system adopted in 2016 to meet federal REAL ID Act requirements.
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