Campaigning against a new Oregon driver card law will be stop and go, according to a group opposing it.
The Salem Statesman Journal reports that Oregonians for Immigration Reform plan to gather petition signatures Friday by setting up a drive-through booth in downtown Salem and at the state fair.
The controversial law grants a driver cards to people without standard documentation. Oregonians for Immigration Reform says the law gives undocumented immigrants easy access to a driver card.
The organization needs over 58,000 valid signatures by Oct. 4 to file its petition with the state.