If you were planning to get a driver’s license, license plate sticker, or state ID card on Wednesday, you’re out of luck for now.
Two of Illinois’ strongest allies in fighting drunken driving were somewhat in disagreement a proposal to give drivers with four drunk driving convictions a chance go get their license back.
One law, dubbed “Kelsey’s Law,” was inspired by an accident in which Minooka teenager Kelsey Little was seriously injured when she was struck by a teen driver who was driving without a learner’s permit.
Governor Quinn has signed a new law that allows undocumented immigrants the right to obtain a drivers license.
The Senate Executive Committee voted 12-2 to advance the plan.
Some Illinois lawmakers are pushing back against a proposal to provide driver’s licenses for illegal immigrants.
When an Elgin man and his passenger saw a white Econoline van wandering all over the roadway as they drove along I-90 toward Elgin on Oct. 20, they figured the person behind the wheel must be drunk and dangerous.
Stickers are out–and new licenses are in–for safe drivers in Illinois.
A 22-year employee of the Illinois Secretary of State’s office has been charged with conspiracy to commit identity theft.