T.S.A. Moves Closer to Rejecting Some State Driver’s Licenses for Travel

“As soon as next year, a driver’s license may no longer be enough for airline passengers to clear security in some states, if the Department of Homeland Security has its way,” writes Jad Mouawad in the December 28, 2015 New York Times.

Federal officials say they will soon decide whether Transportation Security Administration agents would start enforcing a 10-year-old law that requires states to comply with a set of federal standards when issuing driver’s licenses, despite some states’ bitter objections to the new standards over privacy concerns.

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