Mother whose son was killed by an undocumented driver wants to repeal law that would allow illegal immigrants driver’s licenses

By Marie Szaniszlo | Boston Herald

A Milford woman whose 23-year-old son was struck, dragged and killed by an undocumented drunk driver is renewing her push to repeal a state law that grants driver’s licenses to illegal immigrants in Massachusetts as her son’s killer goes before the parole board on Monday.

Maureen Maloney, chairwoman of the Fair and Secure Massachusetts committee, is trying to gather the more than 40,000 certified signatures needed by Aug. 24 to put a question on the November ballot to repeal the Work and Family Mobility Act, she told Herald columnist Howie Carr last Friday on his radio show.