Pennsylvania's House committee on State Government is passing Senate Bill 133 repealing the state's ban on complying with the federal government's ID standard. Pennsylvania has less than a month to tell the federal government it's ready to roll out a compliant ID. Without a state driver's license that's in compliance with the federal law, Pennsylvanians may soon need a passport to fly or enter government buildings. State politicians have less than one month to repeal the state's ban on complying with the Real ID Act.
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