Ed Hasbrouck writes:
The DHS claims that “All U.S. States [Are] Now Compliant” with the REAL-ID Act. But as we’ve noted many times before, the REAL-ID Act explicitly and unambiguously requires that to be “compliant”, a state must “Provide electronic access to all other States to information contained in the motor vehicle database of the State.”
How many states do that today? At most, 28, not all 50, as shown in the map below..
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via Joe Cadillic