(St. Paul, MN)  —  A bill that would allow undocumented residents to obtain  a Minnesota driver’s license awaits a vote in the Minnesota House after clearing its final committee late Monday afternoon on a voice vote.  Backers say immigrants, regardless of their legal status, could then learn the rules of the road and carry insurance — much safer for all Minnesotans than the current situation.  Republicans in an earlier committee unsuccessfully pushed for a specific marking on undocumented immigrant driver’s licenses that they cannot be used to vote.  It’s a reasonable bet that a similar amendment could be proposed during the upcoming House floor debate.