From the Macon Telegraph:
ATLANTA – Gov. Sonny Perdue on Wednesday said that with the federal government failing to act on illegal immigration, the state will begin its own crackdown on document fraud.
Perdue said 10 new investigators will be placed at those drivers services centers in Georgia believed to be at the highest risk for receiving forged documents. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation will also hire three new investigators to assist with follow-up investigations.
Surrounded by state and federal law enforcement officials, Perdue called fraudulent IDs “a serious threat to homeland security.”
Here’s some video of the Governor speaking on this issue: