Everybody's afraid of real ID:

The National Governors Association and the National Conference of State Legislatures have issued a statement about real ID. Apparently they're afraid to say that they really, really don't like it, so they want to say somehow or other that it's pretty good. But they can't stand it in its current form.
"NGA and NCSL remain eager to work with Congress and the Administration to ease the impact of Real ID and strive for a solution that will ensure the act is implemented in a cost-effective and feasible manner with maximum safety and minimum inconvenience for all Americans."
and in asking Congress and the administration to work for them. The governors and the Conference merely want the administration to notice that Real ID is going to cost $11 billion, and that the deadline of May 2008 is impossible.


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