Things are looking more-and-more likely for repeal of the REAL ID Act. The Maine legislature got the ball rolling, and now as many as 34 others states are threatening to pile on.
It's important to note that the resolution of the Maine legislature was limited. They informed the federal government that they weren't going to embed RFID chips in their state driver's licenses. But Maine may go even further before all is said-and-done, because many other states are contemplating more vigorous opposition.
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As I look through the internet, I see a lot writing against the REAL ID Act.
Does my heart good.