Fox News Latino reports:
In a move that could split a coalition of eight Democratic and Republican senators discussing comprehensive immigration reform, a number of lawmakers want to explore the possibility of issuing U.S. workers high-tech identity cards that use fingerprints and other identifiers to prove a person’s legal status to work.
In hazily worded language from the senators, the ID cards would also track Americans at airports, hospital and other public spaces – worrying a number of privacy advocates and others concerned with being tracked by the federal government.
Read more on Fox News Latino. The report is based on a report by Danny Yadron of the Wall Street Journal.
That my senator supports this plan is troubling. Very troubling.
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