First fallout nears for Arizona’s refusal to comply with Real ID Act

Arizona lawmakers told the federal government in 2008 that the state would not cooperate in the Real ID Act, a post-9/11 law that aimed to make it harder for potential terrorists to get fake IDs.The first fallout from the decision could begin to be felt in Arizona this week.That’s when residents of states that have not complied with the Real ID Act – Arizona is one of 11 such states – will not be able to use their driver’s licenses to get in to restricted areas of nuclear power plants and federal facilities.

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