by Rob Poindexter - April 6th 2011 11:16pm (Augusta, Maine)
Republicans, Democrats, and Independents stood together Wednesday in Augusta to speak out in favor of a proposal to get rid of parts of the Federal Real ID Act implemented in Maine under former Governor John Baldacci.
The federal law would eventually link every state drivers license and ID cards to a federal database but only if the federal government can get all states on board.
Real ID would also require facial recognition or retinal scans in order to get a license or state ID.
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