States Balk at Costs of 'Real ID'

Some states have registered protests to the new Real ID act, which will greatly increase the amount of paperwork state motor vehicle divisions have to handle. We hear from the governor of Arkansas about his objection to what he's calling an unfunded mandate.

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Gov. Mike Huckabee, Republican governor of Arkansas

Cheye Calvo, transportation director, National Conference of State Legislatures

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