The following is a summary of a previously recorded interview. To hear the complete segment, click the audio above.
There has been a change of heart, or at least of policy, at Michigan's Secretary of State's office.
Word came down late last week that thousands of children of undocumented immigrants in Michigan will now be eligible for a driver's license or official state ID.
This was quite a reversal of the stand that had been taken by Michigan Secretary of State Ruth Johnson who now says a review of new federal guidelines convinced her to change the policy.
Cyndy spoke with Miriam Aukerman, staff attorney with the ACLU of Michigan, to talk about the change of policy.