Petition statement to be delivered to The Georgia State Senate

OPPOSE (VOTE NO) HB125

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OPPOSE (VOTE NO) HB125

To be delivered to The Georgia State Senate

Petition Statement

HB125 went from simplifying the paperwork created by HB87 in 2011, to a whole new bill. The current version of HB125 (LC 29 5571S) challenges international passports as valid IDs, blocks DACA recipients from obtaining Driver Licenses, takes Homestead Exemptions away from homeowners, and puts an unnecessary burden in contractors, subcontractors, subsubcontractors and business of Georgia by increasing the mandatory application of E-Verify and IMAGE programs. We urge the Georgia Senate and the Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle TO OPPOSE (VOTE NO when applicable) HB125.
There are currently 519 signatures. NEW goal - We need 750 signatures!

Petition Background

HB125 went from simplifying the paperwork created by HB87 in 2011, to a whole new bill. The current version of HB125 (LC 29 5571S) challenges international passports as valid IDs, blocks DACA recipients from obtaining Driver Licenses, takes Homestead Exemptions away from homeowners, and puts an unnecessary burden in contractors, subcontractors, subsubcontractors and business of Georgia by increasing the mandatory application of E-Verify and IMAGE programs. We urge the Georgia Senate and the Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle TO OPPOSE (VOTE NO when applicable) HB125.

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