After three decades of debate and controversy, immigrants in the country illegally began the process of receiving California driver's licenses.
Friday was the first day the licenses were available. Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation last year allowing such immigrants to get them.
By late in the afternoon, at least 11,000 people had applied for the special licenses.
By 7:30 Friday morning, the line outside the Granada Hills Department of Motor Vehicles office wrapped around the plaza. People held clipboards with DMV license applications. Some were wrapped in blankets to keep themselves warm in the chilly morning.
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