The Montana Department of Justice is asking U.S. Homeland Security for more time to comply with the REAL ID Act , the 2005 federal law passed in the wake of 9/11 requiring stricter identification before boarding an airplane. Montana is approaching an October 10 deadline when standard state driver’s licenses will no longer be acceptable forms of ID when visiting a military base or most other federal facilities. The current deadline would also require people to use an upgraded ID to board a...
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