Oregon Governor Signs Driving Bill
SALEM, Ore. (AP) -- Gov. John Kitzhaber has signed a bill that will let people living in Oregon without documentation obtain driver's licenses and he was cheered on by a large crowd of immigrants.
Kitzhaber signed the bill today on a table set up on the Capitol steps.
The signing coincided with a rally at the Capitol in support of immigrant rights.
Among the many signs at the rally was one that read, "thank you, now I can drive my kids to school."