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“If the Legislature or the governor through executive order does this, we will not process any of these licenses in Erie County,” Kearns said.

“Access to driver’s licenses is a basic quality of life and human rights issue,” Connor said. “We want drivers on the road to have licenses and insurance. Mickey Kearns’ position is a travesty. Buffalo is a community that welcomes people from all over the world.”

About 265,000 immigrants would get licenses if the law is signed, including about 2,500 in Buffalo, according to the Fiscal Policy Institute, a labor-backed think tank, the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle reported last month.

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