The Oregon House of Representatives will vote Tuesday on Senate Bill 833B, which would create a four-year driver’s card for residents who can prove their identity but don’t have all the documents needed for a full, eight-year driver’s license. The bill passed the state Senate earlier on a 20-7 vote. If the House approves, too, then it will head to Gov. John Kitzhaber’s desk for his signature. He supports the bill and has indicated he will sign it.
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