Re "Major questions surround little card" (Page A1, Sept. 24): The article spoke of illegal immigrants without a driver's license who "still drive because it is a necessity."
What other group who engages in illegal behavior gets such special consideration from the Legislature? Where is the state's "necessity" in allowing them to remain here illegally?
Look at the troubles encountered in New Mexico and Washington, add in the estimated costs of from $140-$220 million dollars, and then ask what about this seems like a good idea? Who is really behind this and who will benefit?
The cruel and heartless Republicans who continually victimize a marginalized workforce for their personal gain? Or, the liberal left who is pandering to a target population in hopes of increasing their power base?
Ask yourself, what other group engaged in illegal activity merits such special consideration?
-- Gary Roberts, Davis