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Gov. Dayton Sends Letter To Legislative Leaders On Special Session

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton continues to stress the importance of a special legislative session in a letter sent to legislative leaders Monday. 362 more words

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Special Session Deal Falls Through Yet Again

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Legislative leaders came up empty-handed after another try at making a special session deal.

Gov. Mark Dayton and fellow Democrats have pressed for months for a special session to extend unemployment benefits for miners on the Iron Range. 104 more words

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A National ID Card Is Coming Soon: You Will Need It to Fly and Drive by 2018

On Friday, the Department of Homeland Security released updated information regarding the national identification card known as the REAL ID. Beginning January 22, 2018, all airline passengers will need identification cards that are in compliance with the more secure features required by the REAL ID Act of 2005. 86 more words

Illinois license is not enough ID to access the Rock Island Arsenal

As of Monday, January 18, 2016, you’ll need more than just your driver’s license to visit the Rock Island Arsenal if you live in Illinois. 295 more words

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A National ID Card Is Coming Soon — And You Will Need It To Fly And Drive

‘On Friday, the Department of Homeland Security released updated information regarding the national identification card known as the REAL ID. Beginning January 22, 2018, all airline passengers will need identification cards that are in compliance with the more secure features required by the REAL ID Act of 2005. 97 more words

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Lawmakers Consider Real ID Changes for Missouri

JEFFERSON CITY (KMOX/AP) — Missouri lawmakers are considering changes to state IDs as federal officials warn the state’s drivers’ licenses won’t be acceptable at some federal buildings and eventually for traveling on airplanes. 361 more words

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Wednesday’s Political Odds & Ends

So, my fellow Americans, whatever you may believe, whether you prefer one party or no party, our collective future depends on your willingness to uphold your obligations as a citizen. 1,164 more words

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