About 4.5 million illegal aliens are taking to the nation’s roads and highways daily, most without driving licenses, an analysis by The New York Times reveals
. The Times reports that in the last three years about 30,000 illegals have faced deportation after traffic stops.
The Times, which notes that only New Mexico, Utah, and Washington issue licenses without proof of legal residence, found that in Georgia alone, 200,000 illegal immigrants drive to work daily. The Times also found that Hispanics killed in car crashes are “disproportionately unlicensed.”
In some areas, increased enforcement against unlicensed drivers has led to a drop off in business at establishments that cater to Hispanics and even lower church attendance, the Times said.
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