AAMSCO helps City of Little Rock issue ID cards
The City of Little Rock announces plans to begin issuing a municipal ID which could make life easier for thousands of residents. City leaders coordinated with banks, the Little Rock Police Department, the local Mexican Consulate, and others to develop the ID cards. Since banks require identification to open an account, the ID cards could help reduce crime. The cards will be available to anyone who wants one, not just immigrants. Maricella Garcia, the city’s multicultural liaison, mentioned the elderly and the homeless might be likely to get them, since people in those groups might be less likely than most to have a driver’s license, but would also need an ID card. Many social services require identification, and people also need ID’s to apply for jobs.
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