"The city of Atlanta has repealed an ordinance that recognized a particular Mexican ID card for city government transactions. The city council voted April 16 to repeal the ordinance after a
complaint was filed with the newly created state Immigration Enforcement
and Review Board. The complaint said the ordinance adopted in 2004
violates a new state law targeting illegal immigration by recognizing a
Mexican ID card, known as a matricula consular, for city government
transactions." - Kate Brumback, Associated Press, Apr. 30, 2012.