County Clerks Make 11th-Hour Plea: Turn Off Green-Light Law

County Clerks Make

11th-Hour Plea: Turn

Off Green-Light Law

On Monday, They Must Issue

NY Licenses To Illegal Aliens

Sinnott Gardner

COOPERSTOWN — Otsego County Clerk Kathy Sinnott Gardner has joined 26 other county clerks who today urged Governor Cuomo and DMV Commissioner Mark Schroeder to delay implementing the state’s Green Light Law until next Oct. 1 “for the safety and security of all New Yorkers.”

The new law, which allows people in the U.S. illegally to obtain New York State driver’s licenses, is due to go into effect Monday.

In a statement, the county clerks issued a statement declaring the state DMC “failed to provide regulations that would ensure the integrity of the identification process” of applicants seeking driver’s licenses.

The protesting clerks including all officers of the state Association of County Clerks.

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2 thoughts on “County Clerks Make 11th-Hour Plea: Turn Off Green-Light Law

  1. John Webb

    I think Kathy Sinnott Gardner should stop her anti-immigrant, Trump-induced rant about this new law and do her job. Every excuse she comes up with to oppose it is bogus. Her job is to carry out the law and she should do it.

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