Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law a bill granting driver’s licenses to immigrants lacking legal immigration status. California now joins the District of Columbia and nine other states that have passed such a law. In California, the bill authored by Democratic Assemblyman Luis Alejo would grant licenses to anyone who passes written and road tests, regardless of immigration status. State officials estimate 1.4 million drivers will apply for licenses under the law, which was supported by the state’s Police Chiefs Association and insurance authorities. The law will take effect on January 1, 2015. To watch more on this click below.