http://www.indystar.com/print/articles/4/052960-2054-092.html A controversial photo card issued by the Mexican government will be recognized as legal identification in Indianapolis, a move that could help Mexican immigrants obtain driver's licenses and insurance, open bank accounts and get health care, the Indianapolis Star says. Indianapolis Mayor Bart Peterson said the decision to accept the "matricula consular" -- also known as the Consular ID -- is a key step in efforts to reach out to a rapidly growing population. Its . . .
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