SAN FRANCISCO, May 26 (Reuters) - Latino lawmakers in California may resist Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's demand for the state legislature to pass a state budget on time unless he agrees to a compromise on a law allowing drivers' licenses for illegal immigrants, an aide said on Wednesday. The 24 members of the California legislature's Latino caucus form a voting bloc big enough to stall Schwarzenegger's balanced budget by a June 15 constitutional deadline. The top three members of the ...
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