Lawmakers agree to allow REAL ID driver’s licenses

Worries that Louisiana residents could one day need a passport to board domestic airline flights persuaded lawmakers Thursday to repeal a six-year-old law.


The state law kept Louisiana from issuing driver’s licenses that comply with security mandates required under the federal REAL ID law.


With an 85-2 vote and no debate, the House gave final passage to a bill that allows people to get a REAL ID-compliant driver’s license if they want one.

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