Missouri isn’t in compliance with the federal Real ID Act, a 2005 law setting minimum standards for licenses. Missouri passed its own law in 2009 prohibiting the state from complying with the federal requirements.
Missouri isn’t in compliance with the federal Real ID Act, a 2005 law setting minimum standards for licenses. Missouri passed its own law in 2009 prohibiting the state from complying with the federal requirements. File photo
Missouri isn’t in compliance with the federal Real ID Act, a 2005 law setting minimum standards for licenses. Missouri passed its own law in 2009 prohibiting the state from complying with the federal requirements. File photo

Missouri lawmakers to hold hearings on Real ID

January 08, 2016 04:46 PM

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