Department of Motor Vehicles Appeals court strikes down immigrant licenses law challenge By Associated Press • Dec 1, 2020 An appeals court dealt another blow Monday to a lawsuit seeking to nullify a New York law allowing immigrants without legal documents to seek driver's licenses. GOP senators try to force vote on repealing Green Light law By Karen DeWitt • Feb 26, 2020 Senate Republicans on Tuesday planned to offer an amendment to repeal New York’s Green Light law, which permits undocumented immigrants to apply for driver's licenses. Listen Listening... / 2:51 WBFO Albany Correspondent Karen DeWitt reports. NYS wants your vote on new license plate design By Randy Gorbman • Aug 20, 2019 State of New York New York State is launching a statewide survey to pick a new license plate design. Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced the survey on Monday. His website will allow New Yorkers to choose among five proposed designs. Source: City Comptroller Schroeder leaving office By Jay Moran & Dave Debo • Dec 31, 2018 WBFO file photo A source has confirmed to WBFO that Buffalo City Comptroller Mark Schroeder will be leaving his office to assume a post with the state Department of Motor Vehicles. Permanent license suspension for repeat DWI offenders upheld By Associated Press • May 10, 2017 WBFO File Photo New York's Court of Appeals has upheld a state law that allows for permanent suspension of drivers licenses for repeat drunk drivers.