States Get Extra Time On Launch of 'Real ID'
Washington Post вЂ” The Bush administration will allow states to postpone the planned May 2008 launch of a program to toughen security requirements for driver's licenses by up to 19 months, in response to complaints about the projected $11 billion cost and potential disruptions, congressional and Department of Homeland Security officials said yesterday. Read more: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/02/28/AR2007022801942.html
FYI - Real ID Act
States Maneuver to Avoid Penalties of New Federal ID Program Washington Post вЂ” The governors of Maine and South Carolina are working with the Department of Homeland Security to avert a showdown before tomorrow's deadline over a federal demand for new driver's...
A Clearer Picture on Voter ID The New York Times вЂ” THIS is a major election year. Unfortunately, our two major political parties вЂ” Democratic and Republican вЂ” continue to disagree on some of the rules that apply to the administration...
States Get Extra Time On Launch of 'Real ID' Washington Post вЂ” The Bush administration will allow states to postpone the planned May 2008 launch of a program to toughen security requirements for driver's licenses by up to 19 months, in response...
DHS Confirms Real ID Act Regulations Coming A coalition of 38 states, led by Missouri Representative Jim Guest, is working against the Real ID Act expected to be detailed soonвЂ”possibly within a day. Read more: http://www.eweek.com/article2/0,1759,2099421,00.asp...
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