11/22/2009 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Illegal Immigration Crackdown Amendment: Coloradans Express Outrage

Opponents of a ballot initiative that would require the mandatory impoundment of cars driven by unlicensed drivers are hopeful that voters have become so disenfranchised by a similar law that they won't back it a second time around.

Daniel Hayes, an unincorporated Jefferson County resident, has introduced Initiative 300, asking Denver voters to put "teeth" into a similar law that voters backed last year. The law requires police officers to impound the cars of unlicensed drivers. But Hayes said officers have been using their discretion and not impounding enough of the cars.

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