By Steve Gorman LOS ANGELES, June 23 (Reuters) - Several rabbis weighed in on Wednesday against Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's idea for adding a distinguishing mark to driver's licenses that would be given to illegal immigrants, saying it harks back to Holocaust-era persecution of Jews. In an open letter to Arnold Schwarzenegger, six Los Angeles rabbis wrote that his suggestion for allowing undocumented aliens to obtain driver's permits with a special emblem denoting their immigration ...
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