Minnesotans will be able to get REAL ID compliant driver’s licenses and ID cards next year under a law signed by Gov. Dayton this week.
The law now allows the Minnesota Department of Public Safety Driver and Vehicle Services to begin the process of meeting the requirements of the federal REAL ID Act. DPS was prohibited from implementing any provision of the federal regulations under previous laws.
The new law requires DPS-DVS to begin issuing licenses by Oct. 1, 2018.
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