Across the state, undocumented Hoosiers struggle to get to work, keep medical appointments, take children to school, and more, all because they cannot drive without fear of deportation. HB 1083 would expand driver’s cards access to every Hoosier regardless of immigration status, which will allow more Hoosiers to participate in daily life and most importantly, treat all Hoosier residents with dignity and respect. 

A driving card has become one of the most basic forms of protection against family separation. Currently, there are fourteen states already providing driving privileges to the undocumented community.

HB 1083 (CAMPBELL C)
SB 419 (NIEZGODSKI D)

Authors

CAMPBELL C, NIEZGODSKI D

Status

Lost: bill did not pass

Position

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