The Respect for Law Act
Requires proof of citizenship or legal status in order to qualify for an Oregon Driver license.
Election officials shall require satisfactory evidence of U.S. citizenship from any applicant who is registering to vote for the first time in Oregon.
No statute, regulation or order shall prohibit any law enforcement agency from cooperating with federal immigration authorities.
Good volunteers from OFIR (myself included) have been collecting signatures this weekend at the Portland gun show to get this measure on the ballot. The response is overwhelmingly positive.
The sell-outs who want "diversity" or "cheap labor" are not going to have the final say on this issue, the people are.
To Request Petitions For The Respect For Law Act Call (503) 363-6095
Side note: the end of the calendar year is coming and if you haven't taken advantage of Oregon's political tax credit now is the time to do so. In a nutshell: you, as an individual, can give $50 in political contributions and get back $50 when you file your taxes.
I highly recommend OFIR as an organization worthy of that contribution.