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Some Kansas residents upset with new ID requirements

 

February 11, 2018



TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Some Kansas residents are expressing frustration over the state's strict requirements for a new form of driver's license.

The licenses adopted by the state last year are intended to comply with the federal "Real ID" law, which was passed after the 9/11 terrorist attacks to strengthen rules for government-sanctioned identification. The 2005 law requires state-issued driver's licenses and identification cards to meet specific standards in order to be used for conducting official business with the government.

Gretchen Underwood, 78, said she hasn't been able to get her Re...



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