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MN driver's licenses now aren't enough to get into some military bases

A regular Minnesota driver’s license will no longer grant access to several Department of Defense installations, the Minnesota National Guard announced.

The standard state-issued ID cards are now inadequate as identification due to the federal… 371 more words

News

Coming Very Soon! You Will Not Be Able to Fly Unless You Get Shot.

This has been in the works to get all who travel anywhere shot up with vaccines and in compliance with the biometric REAL ID being rolled out now in 5 states, but coming to every state. 247 more words
Big Brother

Coming Very Soon! You Will Not Be Able to Fly Unless You Get Shot.

This has been in the works to get all who travel anywhere shot up with vaccines and in compliance with the biometric REAL ID being rolled out now in 5 states, but coming to every state. 248 more words
Conspiracy

Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles Unveils New Driver's License

BOSTON, MA — Earlier this week, the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV) unveiled a new Driver’s License and Mass ID design to be phased in over 5 years at no additional cost to customers. 726 more words

Government

Current New Hampshire Driver's Licenses, WITHOUT 'REAL ID', Still Good For Domestic Air Travel Till October 2020!

by Anura Guruge

There had been much talk and rumors that current New Hampshire driver’s licenses, which are NOT ‘Real ID‘ compliant, will cease to be valid for domestic air travel as of June 2016. 151 more words

Anura Guruge

The Role of Identity Management in an Online World

How organisations and government agencies deal with issues surrounding identity management of individuals and other stakeholders in a digital world is one of the biggest issues affecting today’s information professional. 243 more words

Information Management

Victory: Oklahoma Moves to Enact Law Accommodating Religious Objections to Biometric Photo Requirement on Drivers’ Licenses

This press release is also available at www.rutherford.org.

May 18, 2016

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. — Spurred on by a lawsuit filed by attorneys for The Rutherford Institute, the Oklahoma State Legislature is poised to enact a law that protects individuals from being forced to violate their religious beliefs by submitting to a biometric photograph as a condition of obtaining a driver’s license. 505 more words

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