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Flying domestic may get harder thanks to driver’s license law

Four years after hijackers showed driver’s licenses to board planes used in the 2001 terrorist attacks, Congress passed the “Real ID” Act to force states to exert greater oversight of the primary identification Americans use when they fly domestically. Now, after 13 years of delays and extensions, the Trump administration has fixed a hard deadline of October for states to comply. Bloomberg

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