April 30, 2013
House Passes Legal Driver's ID for Illegal Immigrants - SB 833 Goes to the Governor for Signature

Esquivel Speaks Out Against Drivers Licenses for Illegals

 

Salem, OR-The Oregon House of Representatives today voted to pass Senate Bill 833, which establishes a system for creating driving privileges for residents who are undocumented or otherwise in the country illegally. Rep. Sal Esquivel (R-Medford) was among those voting against this bill, which passed 38-20.

 

"When we took our oaths of office, we swore to uphold the Constitution and the laws of the United States and Oregon," Rep. Esquivel said. "But right now, we are turning around and breaking federal law."

 

To view a clip of Rep. Esquivel's remarks on SB 833, please go to: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LWTCJwbohRA&feature=youtu.be 

 


All but five Republicans voted against the bill.

Link to the voting record on the bill: 

 

 

 


Thank you - Rep Esquivel 

Governor Kitzhaber to Sign
Senate Bill 833 at May Day Rally


(Salem, OR) - Tomorrow, May 1, Governor Kitzhaber will speak at the annual May Day rally on the steps of the Capitol where he will also sign SB 833.
 
"Senate Bill 833 is motivated by vision that all Oregonians deserve their shot at the American dream. This bill helps create secure jobs with upward income mobility, and supports safe, secure communities where people have a sense of common purpose and commitment to one another," said Governor Kitzhaber.

 

Wednesday, May 1

11:30 am

May Day Rally & Bill Signing

 

Oregon State Capitol

 

Capitol Steps

 

Salem


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