Emily DeFeciani reports for CBS6 Albany
that Rensselaer County Executive Steve McLaughlin's office is filing suit in federal court to prevent the new New York law allowing undocumented immigrants to get their own drivers licenses. "It's not going to happen here in Rensselaer County. It just is not,” said McLaughlin. "You didn't have to earn getting into this country. You don't get to break into our country and act as if you're a United States citizen, and that's what's happening with these insane lunatic progressives in the New York State legislature right now." Democrats voting for the bill in Albany this week said it would make roads safer and allow immigrant easier access to medical services. But McLaughlin says the law is about undocumented immigrants voting. "All this is by design, and I'm guaranteeing within a year, they're going to start to say let's just let them vote, they're here anyway,” he said. Eleven other states have similar laws, with no undocumented immigrant voting. Read more about this story at the CBS6 Albany website.