FreeP on REAL ID

by on July 20, 2007 · 2 comments

With the National Governors Association meeting in Traverse City, Michigan, this weekend, the Detroit Free Press has seen fit to lay out some sensible thinking on the REAL ID Act:

[The governors] ought to do themselves and their states a service by serving a definitive notice on Washington that the Real ID Act is not just unworkable but unacceptable and ought to be repealed before it takes effect next year. . . .
Several states already have flatly said no to implementing Real ID. The NGA should, too.

Good stuff. The FreeP gets it.

  • http://www.frankensugar.com Faith

    I’ve noticed the FreeP has been publishing a larger percentage of reasonable articles lately. The FreeP seemed very slanted to the left for a while – but it’s going more toward the middle.

  • http://www.frankensugar.com Faith

    I’ve noticed the FreeP has been publishing a larger percentage of reasonable articles lately. The FreeP seemed very slanted to the left for a while – but it’s going more toward the middle.

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