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Thursday, November 10, 2005

Mark Wyland: Bills of a termed out Assembly Member...

He's so termed out he can't help but resort to legislative fodder such as this. So it's bad enough that he has to resort to something we already do in this state. When you register to vote, you have to have the last four numbers of your social security number on the form. So how else would we prove our citizenship when we register? Blood sample? RFID implants? 10 year Geneology reports?

Talk about adding another layer of red tape. I thought Republicans were against this kind of thing?

"Assemblyman Mark Wyland, R-Escondido, introduced a bill in the past legislative session to require voters to provide proof of citizenship when registering to vote. Assembly Bill 934 failed to pass in the 2005 Legislative session but is expected to come up again in the upcoming session."



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