Security at Kansas City International Airport and elsewhere could be complicated for Missourians relying on their driver’s licenses as identification if a dispute between the state and the federal government isn’t settled in the coming months.
Security at Kansas City International Airport and elsewhere could be complicated for Missourians relying on their driver’s licenses as identification if a dispute between the state and the federal government isn’t settled in the coming months. File photo by Jill Toyoshiba The Kansas City Star
Security at Kansas City International Airport and elsewhere could be complicated for Missourians relying on their driver’s licenses as identification if a dispute between the state and the federal government isn’t settled in the coming months. File photo by Jill Toyoshiba The Kansas City Star

You can still use your Missouri driver’s license to fly — for now

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