Illegal immigrants in Illinois are one step closer to getting legal driving rights in the state. The state senate passed the proposal yesterday with a vote of 41 to 14. Both Republicans and Democrats supported the proposal, which will give about 250-thousand illegal immigrants the right to become legally licensed. Supporters say it will make roads safer because the immigrants will be able to purchase insurance. Opponents say the immigrants already break the law by driving, and there's no indication they'll obey the law now and purchase insurance. The bill now moves to the House.