WASHINGTON ― A Department of Motor Vehicles office in Orlando, Florida, had a problem: The parking lot was crowded from an influx of customers, and cars were getting towed.
So the administration of the Orange County Tax Collector’s office, which is headed by a Democrat, came up with a number of solutions. They opened the office an hour earlier. They urged customers to visit other locations when lines were long. They discouraged nearby businesses from contacting towing companies. And starting early last month, they eliminated all written tests at that office and began turning away one particular group of people seeking driver’s license services.
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That group? Non-U.S. citizens, including lawful permanent residents, according to an office spokesman.
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