Saturday, March 3, 2007

Montana moves to reject Real ID Act

Montana and other states are considering rejecting the requirements in the Real ID Act. The act places requirements on states which set standards for an identity card. If a given state does not meet those standards then residents of that state cannot partake in the activities for which the Real ID card is required, such as flying on an airplane, using federal services, etc. Meaning that residents of states who reject the requirements become like exiles in their own country.

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