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Westchester Supports Driver’s Licenses for All New Yorkers

Driver’s licenses for undocumented residents make New York safer. Attend this event co-sponsored by Senator Shelley Mayer, New York State Immigrant Action Fund, Indivisible Westchester, and Neighbors Link.

Date: December 3, 2018
Location: White Plains Library
100 Martine Avenue
White Plains
Time: 7:00 - 8:30pm

Come to a community meeting to support and learn more about why New York should restore equal access to driver’s licenses by passing legislation that would enable all New Yorkers to obtain driver’s licenses, regardless of immigration status. All New Yorkers are safer when ALL drivers have licenses which require them to be informed of traffic laws and pass a driving test, and which enables them to register, inspect, and insure their vehicles.

Guests and Invited Speakers:
State Senator, Shelley Mayer (legislation co-sponsor)
Assembly Member, Steven Otis (legislation co-sponsor)
County Executive, George Latimer
Deputy County Executive, Ken Jenkins
Westchester County Police Commissioner, Thomas Gleason
Ossining Police Chief, Kevin Sylvester
Ossining Mayor, Victoria Gearity
DACA recipient, Kevin Duarte
Carola Otero Bracco, Executive Director, Neighbors Link