"Real ID" bill advancing

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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