States Scramble To Comply With Fed ID Cards
If you have a driver’s license you probably use it for more than driving: you verify your credit card, you prove your age if you want to buy a beer, you prove your identity to get on a plane.
But what if you showed your driver’s license and it was no good?
That’s starting to happen to people in a number of states that have yet to fully comply with the federal government’s REAL ID Act.
From the Here & Now Contributors Network, Jessica Robinson reports from Idaho.
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- Jessica Robinson, Inland Northwest correspondent for the Northwest News Network. She tweets @jessixarobinson.
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