Homeland Security bends on Real ID deadline
The Bush administration agreed Thursday to grant states an extra year and a half to comply with new driver's license standards. Some state have complained that the license requirements, which were in the 2005 REAL-ID Act, didn't give them enough time and money to develop driver's licenses that critics say would amount to a national ID card and could promote identity theft.
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