[Ed. – Oh, and pay for extra manpower to handle the rush, too. Emphasis added.]
The Department of Motor Vehicles expects big crowds on Friday, the first day undocumented immigrants in California can officially apply for a driver’s license.
The DMV has hired more than 1,000 workers and opened four new centers to handle the rush.
The new law allows undocumented immigrants to apply without the fear of being deported, which has long been a concern in the community.
The DMV expects nearly 1.5 million undocumented immigrants to apply over the next few years.
Some other laws have also taken effect in the state. California is now the first state require college students to give affirmative consent for sex — it’s called the “Yes Means Yes Law.”