Montana lawmakers have nearly unanimously called the federal Real ID Act of 2005 an attempt by the federal government to usurp power from state governments. They say it threatens an individual's right to privacy, which is guaranteed by the Montana Constitution.
"I think this is a good idea to let the federal government know we are unhappy with what they are doing," said State Sen. Jerry O'Neil, R-Kalispell.
Let's hope more and more states have the collective courage to stand up for individuals' freedom.
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