Some in DeKalb County are offended by fliers posted along N. Decatur Road that say, "No drivers licenses for illegal immigrants."
The signs many call offensive asks people to call a state senator to support a bill introduced during the last legislative session.
Executive Director of the Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials Jerry Gonzalez says the signs were a last minute effort to support the bill.
State Sen. Elena Parent was mentoined on the flyer. She released a statement that reads:
"I oppose the bill, because it's punitive and goes against the interest of public safety. Despite the flyers encouraging support for SB 6 in my district, most of the constituents who have called my office are against it."
Natalio Abarca saw the signs and posted a picture of them to Facebook. He says singling out a community through an anonymous flyer isn't fair.
It's not clear who posted these signs, but Abarca has a message for that person.
He wants people to give undocumented immigrants a chance to be treated like poeple, because we are all human beings.
The bill mentioned in the signs, which proposed restrictions on non-citizens seeking a driver's license, failed to pass. The bill could be proposed during another legislative session.