Decision on whether to appeal "dreamers" driver's license ruling is left to attorney general.
PHOENIX — Saying “dreamers” are here legally, a federal judge late Thursday permanently blocked Arizona from denying them licenses to drive.
Private driving schools can now approve licenses.
Case could hinge on who had idea to reject them permits
Readers write about drivers licenses for dreamers, Mexican grey wolf, gas taxes.
Challengers given until noon to show why he should require AZ to give dreamers licenses.
Gov. Jan Brewer makes a last effort to block dreamers from getting drivers licenses.
The 9th Circuit Court rejected a plea to delay enforcing its ruling.
The governor wants to delay drivers licenses for dreamers during Supreme Court appeal.
Thousands of Arizona “dreamers” could be driving here legally within days.
PHOENIX - A citation against a "Dreamer" for driving without a license was not enough to get a federal judge to reverse his decision to let the state continue denying licenses to individuals protected from deportation under the Obama administration's "deferred action" program.
PHOENIX - Attorneys for Gov. Jan Brewer told a federal judge Monday there is no legal basis to order the state to provide driver's licenses to certain illegal immigrants immediately, since they are not being harmed.
Young immigrants, along with members of local immigrant organizations, lined up Wednesday in Phoenix for guidance on a new federal program called deferred action that would help them avoid deportation.
From left, immigrants Reyna Montoya, Dulce Vasquez, Diana Rios and Daniel Rodriguez prepare to speak at a Phoenix news conference on the deferred-action program, which Gov. Jan Brewer aims to limit.
PHOENIX - Gov. Jan Brewer on Wednesday told state agencies to deny benefits, and even driver's licenses, to illegal immigrants allowed to remain in the U.S. under the Obama administration "deferred-action" program, saying they still will not be here legally.