The federal government gave Montana a one-year extension to comply with the REAL ID law. Without it, Montanans could not board a commercial airplane or enter federal buildings after January 22, 2018 using their driver’s license. The alternative was another federally issued identification, like a passport. The Department of Homeland Security had said it would only grant Montana an extension was if the state made a commitment toward making substantial and documented progress toward complying with REAL ID.
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