Post your comment: Should Real ID be repealed?
On April 21, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano told members of the Anti-Defamation League that she is working with governors to repeal the Real ID Act, the federal law that establishes national standards for securing the issuance of driver’s licenses. Many governors have balked at the costs of implementing the post-9/11 law, which supporters say is necessary to defend against terrorist attacks. Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer renewed his state’s opposition to the act as recently as April.
Do you think Real ID should be repealed?
Please post your responses below or e-mail them to Ed Brock at [email protected]. Include your name, title and the organization with which you work. American City & County will print some of the responses.