If the state of Missouri doesn’t get into compliance with the federal REAL ID law by next January, Missourians may not be able to use their driver’s licenses to board a commercial airplane or set foot in certain federal buildings or military bases. (This sign was at Kansas City International Airport.)
If the state of Missouri doesn’t get into compliance with the federal REAL ID law by next January, Missourians may not be able to use their driver’s licenses to board a commercial airplane or set foot in certain federal buildings or military bases. (This sign was at Kansas City International Airport.) File photo
If the state of Missouri doesn’t get into compliance with the federal REAL ID law by next January, Missourians may not be able to use their driver’s licenses to board a commercial airplane or set foot in certain federal buildings or military bases. (This sign was at Kansas City International Airport.) File photo

Federal rules on ID rile some in General Assembly who say Missourians ‘want their privacy’

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