Driver cards opponents submit 60,000 signatures, say 16,000 more coming Friday

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Yuxing Zheng
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Thursday, October 3, 2013
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Oregon Issues
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SALEM -- Opponents to a new law granting driving privileges to Oregonians who can't prove their legal presence submitted 59,923 signatures to the Oregon Secretary of State's office Thursday afternoon and said another 16,000 signatures would be submitted Friday.

Referendum organizers with Oregonians for Immigration Reform and Protect Oregon Driver Licenses must submit 58,142 valid signatures by 5 p.m. Friday to qualify the referendum.

Read the entire article about the referendum.