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Chambers at odds over license bill

author Published by Chris Chmielenski

MVA officials testified against a two-tier system last month, citing a possible $30 million price tag for adopting it. Opponents say if the House versions becomes law, it will force taxpayers to subsidize those who in the country illegally.

“Marylanders are going to have to pay to make illegal immigrants a protected class, it’s a horrible thing for the legislature to be doing,” said Susan Payne, executive director of Maryland Citizens First. Michael Drost — Washington Times

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