New Hampshire officials say no to real ID
New Hampshire is poised to become the latest of a handful of states to enact a law to ban implementation of the federal national identification act.
The Real ID Act, whose evolving guidelines were last updated in March by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), was passed by Congress in 2005 with a May 2008 deadline for compliance. The deadline can now be extended until December 2009 with DHS approval.
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