Patriot Action Network COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - A judge is allowing Ohio to cancel the registrations of thousands of vehicles largely driven by illegal immigrants.
Monday's ruling was a defeat for the League of United Latin American Citizens. The group, which argued that Ohio was illegally delving into U.S. immigration policy, is considering an appeal.
Franklin County Common Pleas Court Magistrate Pamela Browning said the state had a compelling public safety interest in canceling questionable registrations.
Ohio sent notices in October to the owners of more than 47,000 vehicles, informing them that their registrations would be canceled if they did not provide an Ohio driver's license, Ohio identification card or proof of a Social Security number by Dec. 8.
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