Maine Resists Federal ID Program

Maine's legislature has passed a non-binding resolution opposing the federal government's national REAL I.D. program. That system would link records for drivers in all states, possibly through a national database. Opponents say the plan is costly and intrusive.

Fred Bever reports for Maine Public Radio.

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