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A real bad ID law

August 12, 2007

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STATES ARE rebelling against the federal government over the Real ID law, which calls for states to develop highly secure drivers licenses and identity cards. The licenses and cards are meant to thwart terrorism and fraud by definitively proving that people are who they claim to be. (Full article: 460 words)

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